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The Heart of Godzilla: Examining the Surgical Precision of Takumi - The Kiinote

A takumi must be able to do it all and possess the intangible "fingertip feel." When not at his day job, 55-year-old Takumi Kurosawa enjoys surfing eBay for parts for his beloved 1987 Nissan 300ZX, which he bought in California and had shipped back to Japan.

The Big Picture: Why Audi isn't interested in F1

The four-ringed brand has good reasons for sticking with LMP1. This year's 24 Hours of Le Mans race proved once again how ineptly Formula 1's powerbrokers have handled the transition to high-tech hybrid powertrains.

Car Salesman Confidential: Race and Stereotypes in Car Sales

Some Dealerships’ Throwback Culture Lets Problems Continue A few months ago my dealership hired a young man of Middle Eastern descent by the name of Kamel, which means “the perfect one” in Arabic.

Maserati and Alfa Romeo CEO Talks Future Cars, Future Powertrains

We Interview Harald Wester About Sports Cars, SUVs, Hybrids, and More Warm and approachable, Harald Wester is the easygoing chief technology officer at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and head of the Maserati and Alfa Romeo brands, where he walks a fine line between enhancing performance and luxury stats without diminishing the driving experience.

Ultra-High-Smallness Steel - Technologue

Developing Affordable Steel That's About as Strong as Aluminum Cheap gas makes vehicle buyers eager to pay for space, comfort, and capability and utterly unwilling to spend a dime on fuel economy.

Racing to Win - The Lohdown

Why Ford is Returning to Le Mans, and Welcoming New Motor Trend Staffers At the 83rd running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, I found myself elbowing for position among the assembled photographers for a shot of the Ford GT Le Mans racer and then face-to-face with the guy who had just introduced it, Bill

Poison Pill: How to Destroy GM - The Big Picture

Why an FCA/GM Merger Would Be a Disaster for GM Sergio Marchionne’s audacious bid to merge Fiat Chrysler Automotive with General Motors is precisely the multi-billion-dollar power play Wall Street loves.

A Tale of Two Top Tens: Japan and U.S. Make, Buy Very Different Vehicles - The Kiinote

Comparing the Automotive Best-Sellers in Japan and the U.S. About the size of California, a state that saw new-car sales of around 1.8 million last year, Japan is a car-hungry culture, consuming more than 5.5 million new vehicles over the same period.

Inside the Machine: What I've Learned From Auto Factory Tours - The Big Picture

You learn a lot about a car seeing how it's made I don't know why many of my media colleagues hate auto factory tours.

Mousetrap Betterment: Keeping Combustion Contemporary - Technologue

Dazzling new twists on combustion

Restoring the Hagerty Tiger: Becoming a Body Man

Drilling out spot welds and fabbing patch panels on the Hagerty Insurance '67 Sunbeam Tiger project car I've owned a 1967 Sunbeam Alpine since my Chrysler engineering days, back when Lee Iacocca was saving the Pentastar brand from an earlier brush with death.

Car Salesman Confidential: From Hero To Zero

Dealing With Slumps Is The Toughest Part of the Business About two weeks after I started in sales, the dealership I worked for held a big “tent sale” (sometimes called an off-site sale) at the local fairgrounds.

From 1 to 7 Series: BMW Group's Klaus Fröhlich on the Automaker's Future

We Interview Klaus Fröhlich, Board Member for Development, BMW Group Klaus Fröhlich represents continuity in BMW engineering.

Connecting Cars and the 2016 BMW 7 Series - The Lohdown

"Two Years From Now, This Entire Space is Going to Look Very Different" On a Wednesday morning in late spring, BMW invited me to a swanky mansion in Beverly Hills to preview its new flagship sedan.

Mercedes-Benz's Dieter Zetsche on Apple, the G-Wagen, Smart, and More

A Couple of Ex-Chrysler Engineers Talk Engineering I have two things in common with Dieter Zetsche, the affable car-guy chairman of Daimler AG and head of Mercedes-Benz Cars: 1) We both hold engineering degrees — mine's a masters in mechanical, his is a doctorate in electrical; 2) We've both worked at Chrysler — me for six years, him for five.

Detroit's Eiffel Tower Turns 50

Celebrating the Uniroyal Giant Tire's 50th Anniversary If you've ever entered or left Detroit's western border via I-94, you've driven by the Giant Tire.

The Thrill of the Indy 500

You Don't Have to be a Race Fan to be Fan of This Big Race I'm a car guy, but I have never been a race guy.

Aston Martin's Andy Palmer on SUVs, AMG, and V-12s

An Interview with the CEO of Aston Martin Mere months after arriving from Nissan's number-two position to Aston Martin as CEO, Andy Palmer's appraisal of his new company's position is blunt.

Eastern Promise: China's First Car is Here, Via Sweden - The Big Picture

Volvo's Resurgence, From Ford to Geely Ownership It's August 1998, and I'm somewhere over Nebraska, sitting next to soon-to-be Ford CEO Jac Nasser in the company's Gulfstream jet, en route to Detroit after a weekend at the Pebble Beach Concours.

Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept: Car Design Interview

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