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Articles from Automotive Design & Production (May 1, 2004)

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A couple of cool tools for designers: although plenty of attention gets paid to many of the more mainstream CAD-related offerings, here are a couple that may pass under your radar. Yet if you're looking for fast collaborative development, both may be gear that you can't afford to miss. Gould, Lawrence S. Product/Service Evaluation 1351
An array of measuring options: when quality and speed are key concerns, then measuring equipment characteristics matter more than ever. Vasilash, Gary S. 1778
An array of options for powertrain. Vasilash, Gary S. 760
Any color you want, as long as it's orange. 425
At the 74th Salon International de l'Auto. Kimberley, William 1660
Beyond quality. 488
Crossfire: another word for "premium". Vasilash, Gary S. 980
Do the right things. Book Review 380
Dodge plans performance Magnum, Charger, and new V10. 428
Eight down, two to go: adding two cylinders to Ford's 4.6-liter V8 not only proves its modularity, but gives the automaker a flexible, powerful and unique V10 that has many potential uses. Sawyer, Christopher A. Cover Story 1205
Equinox: executing the Theta architecture in a bigger package; One of the faster-growing vehicle segments is that of the compact SUV. According to Chevy's Margaret Brooks, marketing director for the Equinox, it represented 7% of the U.S. market in 2003 and is on its way to 8.5% by '08. So Chevy is now in the game with the Equinox, its first "car-based" SUV. Vasilash, Gary S. 1148
High performance the GM way. Sawyer, Christopher A. 849
Hot 6: after a long absence, BMW returns to the sport GT market. Sawyer, Christopher A. 833
Innovation matters--right? 323
Making decisions: how much info is enough? Anderson, Melissa 907
Nissan gives buyers more Xterra to love. Brief Article 165
Only in New York. 377
Plastic tubes get it done for grass-roots racing. Brief Article 279
Prototypes made quickly--and economically. Brief Article 130
Quicker cutting. 133
Steel wheels make a comeback: aluminum wheels have been on a roll for two decades, but better materials, design and production techniques promise to put steel back on top. Whitfield, Kermit 942
Tank patrol. Sawyer, Christopher A. 625
Telematics for the people: falling electronics and software costs and new approaches promise to move navigation systems out of the realm of pricey gadget and into mainstream use faster than you might think. Whitfield, Kermit 1067
Ten ways to be a better boss. Pollock, Ted 1956
The executive vice president. Sawyer, Christopher A. 611
The real deal. Vasilash, Gary S. 606
Tres vite, Buick Velite. Brief Article 176
VW is hot on lasers. Vasilash, Gary S. 942
Why "Lean" matters. Book Review 777

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