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Manufacturing and Engineering

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  • Hyundai Previews 2015 Genesis Sedan

     
    Just 10 months ago, we said we'd be shocked if any aspects of the HCD-14 Genesis concept seen at the 2013 North American International Auto Show made it to the production version of Hyundai's next-generation luxury sedan. Well, count us......
  • Disguised Jeep Grand Cherokee Spotted in Chicago

     
    We've been surprised a few times when automakers have driven camouflaged cars undergoing testing by our offices in downtown Chicago. Generally, car companies go to great lengths to keep these secret cars as far away from automotive journalists as...
  • Ford Focus on Pace to Retain Global-Sales Crown

     
    For the first half of 2013, Ford is on track to hang onto its title as global-sales leader, and it has China to thank for the early lead. According to a Ford analysis of vehicle-registration data from automotive-industry information provider......
  • Audi Prices 2015 A3 Sedan

     
    The compact luxury wars are heating up. Audi's new A3 sedan will start at $30,795, including an $895 destination fee, when it goes on sale in the spring. That puts it squarely in Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class territory. The U.S. is no......
  • The Best Fourth of July Deals

     
    Expect plenty of red, white and blue at your local auto mall this weekend. From Chevrolet to Nissan, automakers are playing up the holiday with more than a few deals. We dug around to find the best discounts ??? generally......
  • Subaru BRZ's Windshield Replacement Proves Rocky

     
    Cars.com's 2013 Subaru BRZ long-term tester picked up a serious windshield rock chip on the highway. The rogue rock penetrated a good portion of the glass, and its bull's-eye mark quickly grew to half-dollar-coin size. Follow Our Long-Term Test Fleet........
  • Mercedes-Benz Concept S-Class Coupe at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show

     
    Looks like: The couped-up dark side of the 2014 S-Class sedan's personality Defining characteristics: Long-hooded, flowing profile and menacing grille Ridiculous features: Aside from the floaty instrument panel, it's reasonably down-to-earth, but the...
  • Infiniti Q30 Concept at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show

     
    Looks like: Nine-tenths of Infiniti's next entry-premium car Defining characteristics: Asymmetric dashboard, Q50 face Ridiculous features: Ceramic portions of the upper seats, oversized stitching along the bolsters Chance of being mass-produced: Count...
  • 2013 New York Auto Show Winners and Losers: Luxury Cars

     
    There was a heavy concentration of new and redesigned luxury cars at this year's New York International Auto Show, and they spanned the price spectrum from the relatively affordable Acura MDX to the nearly unobtainable Rolls-Royce Wraith. Editors Joe...
  • 2013 New York Auto Show Winners and Losers

     
    The New York International Auto Show proved to be one of the busiest of the auto-show season. Its two preview days were overflowing with new and redesigned cars that had Cars.com editors Mike Hanley, Joe Wiesenfelder, Joe Bruzek and Aaron......
  • New Report: GM Stock Would Need to Triple for Taxpayers to Break Even

     
    How much are U.S. taxpayers still on the hook for GM's bailout? The Detroit News reports that if the Treasury sold its remaining stake ??? 189 million shares, or about 14% of the Detroit automaker ??? at Wednesday's $36.61 stock......