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Manufacturing and Engineering

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  • 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........
  • Consumer Reports' Reliability Survey: Ford, Lincoln Continue to Plummet

     
    Consumer Reports' latest reliability survey has dropped Ford and its Lincoln subsidiary to the bottom tier in the magazine's 2012 Annual Auto Reliability Survey, which predicts reliability for 2013 models. Among 28 brands ranked, Lincoln ranked 26th; Ford...
  • 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......
  • Subaru Cancels Tribeca SUV

     
    Subaru has decided that it's the end of the line for its unpopular midsize SUV. The automaker's Product Communications Manager Jessica Tullman confirmed to Cars.com that model-year 2014 will be the Tribeca's last. Production will end in January 2014, and....
  • Younger Generations Place Higher Value on Car Tech

     
    Interest in advanced car technology when broken down by generation is highest among the youngest drivers and lowest among the oldest ??? but that's inversely proportional to those age groups' ability to pay for it. So-called millennials are not only......
  • 2014 Porsche Macan: Sneak Preview

     
    Porsche's popular Cayenne SUV will soon welcome a smaller sibling to the family; the 2014 Porsche Macan will make its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but the automaker posted a preview of the new compact SUV on......
  • Why Buy a BMW 3 Series Hatchback When There's a Wagon?

     
    In the pantheon of dismissed body styles, the wagon reigns supreme. What was once a fixture of the automotive landscape is now offered by just a handful of automakers, and few are big sellers. Shoppers instead gravitate toward crossovers, SUVs......