A controlling interest
Motorola's Scott Anderson provides insight on how electronic
controllers are making cars safer, better-performing, and more
Software support for telematics
Microsoft's Automotive Business Unit is focusing on the
convergence of Internet technologies with vehicle systems through
the deployment of Windows CE and .NET software platforms.
The company's latest passenger car ushers in a new era of
Cadillac performance with the V-series.
Redesigned for the first time since its 1997 launch, the full-size
SUV not only looks different from the original version, it feels
A heavy-duty RAM
Chrysler Group engineers have included several firsts for the 2003
Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 pickups, including side curtain airbags and
power adjustable pedals.
Enzo Ferrari: the car
Ferrari is planning to build 349 copies of its "extreme sports
car," which embraces a raft of Formula One technologies.
Maybach 57 and 62
DaimlerChrysler resurrects a top Gemran brand from the 1920s and
1930s with two models measuring 5.7 and 6.2 m (18.8 and 20.0 ft),
both powered by a newly designed 5.5-L bi-turbo V12 engine.
Convergence technology on display
Driver distraction will be among the many vehicle electronics
subjects explored at this biennial conference, where OEMs and
suppliers exhibit their latest technologies on the show floor and
in technical sessions.
The company's FM platform blitz accelerates with the new sports