Automotive DesignLine Blog
3/30/2010 8:23 PM EDT
U.S. automotive safety regulators have enlisted NASA scientists to help solve the mystery surrounding Toyota's electronic throttles.
post comment 16 comments last comment ReneCardenas
I am not from Indian decent, and recent the comment that Runko posted. Before you expeculate that ...
3/10/2010 7:29 PM EST
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are extending the Zip Car rental concept with a project called "CityCar".
post comment 2 comments last comment prabhakar_deosthali
This is a very good and not so futuristic concept in the personal transportation. As a part of EV ...
2/22/2010 11:23 AM EST
If an analysis of the Japanese car maker's post-recall lobbying efforts is accurate, it spells the beginning of the end for Toyota as a dominant global manufacturer.
post comment 7 comments last comment bcarso
Greed will always be with us, and depending on how it is defined it is in and of itself not so ...
2/11/2010 3:20 PM EST
Spectacular recalls currently dominate the headlines. But software glitches and poor material selection are only the visible part of the problem.
2/1/2010 7:57 PM EST
We're about to see whether Toyota really does have a handle on its gas pedal problem.
post comment 1 comment last comment Sundar Srinivasan
I would hope it is not an electronics problem. But if it is, then it's time for Federal government ...
1/11/2010 8:45 AM EST
There are new signs of hope coming out of devastated Detroit.
12/3/2009 10:39 AM EST
A U.S. startup is working with Denmark's biggest utility to develop the recharging infrastucture needed to make electric cars practical.
11/5/2009 11:34 AM EST
A Google Map tour of Detroit reveals the stark economic impact of the decline in U.S. auto manufacturing.
post comment 1 comment last comment AlexKovnat
I read that report. Its well written. But what does Mr. McCormack want? That the American road-going ...
10/28/2009 12:27 PM EDT
Popular Mechanics magazine has released its 2010 Automotive Excellence Awards.
9/15/2009 8:58 PM EDT
Ford has a lot of work to do, but they didn't take a bailout and didn't bail out of the car business.
post comment 1 comment last comment jane1983
The Ford Motor Company is an American multinational corporation and the world's fifth largest ...