People in the business seem to prefer the term Vertical Take-Off and Landing craft (VTOLs)
Tesla, naturally, is the exception.
It's just horse sense: We'll still enjoy driving. In fact, ask any horse.
Tech companies are getting realistic about the automotive segment.
It's not the way we drive cars that could change, it's how we build and sell them that's ready to be disrupted.
Honda now has a supercar production facility in rural Ohio that would be the envy of any Formula One team.
No Germany, this is not economic warfare. Why Volkswagen's leader are doing a poor job of fixing the diesel scandal.
Industry expert John McElroy suggests that Ford, GM, and Fiat-Chrysler should merge their powertrain operations. Heresy? Maybe. But hear him out.
Auto industry expert John McElroy looks at the growing trend of car- and ridesharing. For some people, their current cars are the last ones they'll ever buy.
Commercial truck and bus fleets in the United States are becoming keenly interested in running their vehicles on liquid propane (LPG), as this column reported back in March. That's because propane prices are substantially below those for gasoline or diesel, or even for compressed natural gas (CNG). Moreover, LPG provides substantial savings in maintenance costs and up to a 50-percent reduction in CO2 emissions. Now, the question is, will LPG catch on with everyday drivers and not just commercial
Volkswagen is run very differently than every other automaker. Actually, its corporate structure looks more like General Motors did from 1920 to 1970. In other words, VW now looks like the GM that was once the largest and most profitable corporation in the world.
There's no one single breakthrough, but rather a combination of improvements that make this possible.
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