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  • Home truths

    August 23rd 2018

    Once the battles over tariffs settle down, North America”s own brands can focus on the rapid and significant changes the domestic market is demanding. Ian Henry reports

  • The X Factor

    August 23rd 2018

    As GM Fairfax gears up to build the new Cadillac XT4 alongside the existing Chevy Malibu sedan, Gareth Price travels to Kansas City to speaks to plant manager Bill Kulhanek about the new era

  • Closer to commercialisation

    May 10th 2018

    Fuel-cell electric vehicles have lagged behind other EVs, but upcoming models could help that to change

  • Pursuing profitability

    May 8th 2018

    Reinventing itself as a high-tech leader since its 2009 bankruptcy, GM has set out an ambitious timeframe to launch more than 20 all-electric vehicles

  • Squaring the circular economy

    February 28th 2017

    Given the continued increase in global production, vehicle-makers have had to take action on waste management

  • Korea: A question of cost

    November 18th 2016

    The country’s automotive industry is once again fighting its recurring battle with the unions as it struggles to balance workers’ wage demands with the need to cap costs in an expensive country to build cars

  • Airbag anxieties

    May 27th 2016

    The airbag sector is unfortunately probably best known at present for its recall problems, especially those involving the Japanese supplier Takata. The sector has experienced phenomenal growth in recent years, and in developed markets, driver, passenger and side airbags are standard on just about every new vehicle, with many new cars and light trucks having eight or more bags somewhere inside. More applications, both inside – and indeed outside – the vehicle are being developed…