Resistance to the trend is futile
The first renderings of Bentley's SUV, the Bentayga, were so comical many were unsure if the British carmaker was serious about actually producing it. The Bentley aesthetic--circular headlights, honeycomb grille, massive flanks--were well-suited for large, stately sedans and
Down to the tools and the overalls
With the Land Rover Defender's production coming to an end this year, the British carmaker is honoring its iconic model by building an authentic replica of the production line used to manufacture the vehicle in 1948.Established as a visitor attraction,
A major breakthrough in the evolution of the automobile
In our June 2013 issue, we ran a story about a Suzuki manufacturing plant in India that produces one car every 16 seconds. Think about that. One car by the time you finish reading this paragraph. Hard to imagine that in the
Aims to produce 50,000 units a year
As far as Mitsubishi Motors Philippines president and CEO Hikosaburo Shibata is concerned, the Philippines should have a more robust manufacturing industry with a bigger production volume than what is currently being churned out by the handful of automakers that have assembly
We tour the facility and see it for ourselves
For over two decades, Honda Cars Philippines\' facility in Santa Rosa, Laguna, has been manufacturing affordable and high-quality automobiles. From the legendary EG Civic to the newest GM City, all units produced at this plant have been assembled with the greatest
Over Malaysian-made units
Motor Image Pilipinas general manager Mike Luyun has been involved in the Philippine automotive industry for a long time, with his most recent stint being as head of his company's after-sales department prior to his being named the overall head
See the car from sheet metal to finished product
In May, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines brought us for the first time to the Japanese carmaker's manufacturing facility in Laem Chabang, a port city in the Chonburi province of Thailand. This is the plant that produces the all-new Mirage small hatchback
To combat repetitive-stress injuries
General Motors (GM) has teamed up with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to develop a robotic glove that both automotive-assembly workers and astronauts can wear "to help do their respective jobs better while potentially reducing the risk of repetitive-
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