2004 Paris Motor Show Highlights
Though themes were distinctly elusive, there was a broad spectrum
of technology, design, and styling on display from Europe-based
Production-based cars race ahead
The SCCA's Speed World Challenge has delivered automakers a
U.S. platform for racecars that are closely related to the vehicles
Let's come together
Supplier parks are beginning to take hold in North America as
automakers and their suppliers look to improve supply-chain
efficiency and reduce costs.
Grand ride for Grand Cherokee
Jeep engineers give the 2005 model more on-road comfort, with all
the off-road capability.
Land Rovers makes a Discovery
The new SUV, to be called LR3 in the United States, is the first
all-new vehicle developed under Ford's leadership and is
described as the most technologically advanced Land Rover so
Nissan finds a new path
The new 2005 Pathfinder is built on a more rugged body-on-frame
platform and features a more powerful V6 and three-row
Supply-side interior design
Staying on top of trends is important for companies who hope to
secure contracts for larger portions of automotive interiors.
Japan may at last be seeing glimpses of a rising sun after an
enormously long night and an ensuing slow and gloomy dawn.
From Mocos to Majestas
The Japanese OEMs do more (vehicles) with less (platforms).
Tradition, transition, and
SAE 100 Future look: As the sun sets on the first 100 years of SAE,
we reflect on a proud and rich tradition of contribution to the
The diesel solution
SAE 100 Future look: The future of commercial vehicles is a subject
that we at Navistar International focus on every day.
Providing commercial transportation
SAE 100 Future look: More than 100 years ago, two sons of German
immigrants running a wagon-making operation in Brooklyn, NY, were
approached by a customer with a problem.
The future of trucking and technology
As technology integration becomes ingrained in all facets of the
commercial vehicle industry, the trucks of the future will be
smarter, more adaptable, and more reliable.