The automaker plans to be producing cars in the Nevada plant by early 2018. Continue Reading...
Manufacturing NewsAll News
Browse by News Category
- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Land Rover
- Other Categories
- Concept Cars
- Recall Notice
- Spy Photos
- Compact Cars
- Diesel Cars
- Economy Cars
- Electric Cars
- Family Sedans
- Luxury Cars
- Sports Cars
- Auto Show News
The incoming Trump administration could possibly tax Canadian made cars at the same rate as Mexican ones. Continue Reading...
It may look and feel very different from the exotic locales of Maranello or Sant’Agata, but it’s clear that what’s going on here is just as special. Continue Reading...
Eight years is an awfully long time for a vehicle to sit on the market largely unchanged, let alone in a segment as competitive as the premium midsize crossover. Continue Reading...
Musk promising best energy density Continue Reading...
Fuji Heavy Industries will abandon its industrial division and become Subaru Corporation, devoting more resources to their vehicle development and production instead. Continue Reading...
Tesla creating Glass Group to develop and innovate products for both solar roof tiles and automotive applications. Continue Reading...
Volvo has just unveiled a new global manufacturing strategy. Continue Reading...
At a cost of more than $3-billion, the plant is hone to production of the facelifted 2017 Kia Forte. Continue Reading...
Fearing quality issues, Lexus won’t be making cars in China any time soon. Continue Reading...
Trucks are big business in North America and the Detroit Three reap a lot of their profits from these rough-and-tumble vehicles. To stay ahead of its rivals GM just announced that it’s “makin’ it rain in Fort Wayne” by sinking $1.2 billion into this Indiana pickup plant. Continue Reading...
GM is pouring some money into its Chevrolet Corvette production facility. Continue Reading...
Nissan’s all-new 2015 Murano crossover looks like a winner. It’s stylish, comfortable and drives well, but these aren’t the only feathers in its cap. Quality should be another one of this vehicle’s strong suits. Continue Reading...
Apple is a giant among monsters. This California-based tech firm sells millions upon millions of iDevices and Macintosh computers every year, products that have made them prosperous beyond belief. But could the company have its eye on the automotive industry? Continue Reading...
The Rouge, a sprawling industrial complex, is the heart and soul of Ford manufacturing. Today it’s home to the brand-new F-150 pickup, arguably the company’s most important product but the heritage of this facility stretches back decades. Continue Reading...
Baseball, apple pie and God Save the Queen. What is this blasphemy? Well, British auto-making duo Jaguar Land Rover is supposedly looking to open a factory in the United States. Continue Reading...
Volvo has high hopes for the new XC90 and is banking on its success. Continue Reading...
Cultural stereotypes aside, Germany is known for its advanced technology, engineering prowess and top-quality manufacturing. The land of beer, bratwurst and BMW is especially famed for its automobiles, which are renowned the world over for their driving dynamics and Autobahn-proven performance. Continue Reading...
Not only does oil provide the motive force for automobiles, ships and aircraft, it’s also used to make plastic, a material that our modern world is literally built from. Look around, you’re probably surrounded by it right now. But not all polymers are magically created out of crude hydrocarbons siphoned from the earth’s crust, some… Continue Reading...
Automotive finishes are important. Car buyers expect their new rides to have lustrous, durable paint that withstands the test of time. Nobody wants to see dull spots or drips on their $35,000 baby. Not surprisingly a vehicle’s internal components can also benefit from careful attention to detail. Continue Reading...
With a focus on fuel efficiency and power density, General Motors has introduced a new range of three and four-cylinder engines that will be used in 27 new vehicles by 2017. Continue Reading...
Japan’s third largest automaker, Nissan, is looking to continue its investment in the United States with a goal of producing 85 percent of its North American lineup here in America. Continue Reading...