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Articles from Automotive Design & Production (March 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
Advanced high strength steel considerations. 469
Belvidere takes Chrysler flexibility up a notch. 566
C70 story starts @ the top. 869
Caliber: locked and loaded; In the C-segment, there are plenty of products built in other parts of the world and brought to the U.S. and stickered with some exceedingly low MSRPs. Chrysler is putting its flexible manufacturing and clever design capabilities to work and answering with the Caliber, a car built in the U.S. that starts below $14K. Vasilash, Gary S. 1297
Catia enhancements keep on coming. Gould, Lawrence S. 646
Control the universe? Brief article 131
Designing the future. 451
Dylyn for dollars. Brief article 136
Excitement? What's that? Sawyer, Christopher A. 550
Gleanings from 2006 NAIAS: more than just bright, shiny cars and trucks--concepts and production vehicles--the North American International Auto Show afforded the opportunity to learn some things about product development from industry leaders. Here's some of what we gleaned ... 6368
Goodyear goes carbon fiber. Brief article 124
GTO dies so Camaro can live. Brief article 155
Hitachi develops thin, low-cost RFID chip. Brief article 177
Hogan speaks. 651
Hybrid brake-throughs. 502
ICEM's new class a surface model considered. Gould, Lawrence S. 566
India's tempting--but tricky--auto market. Sedran, Thomas 916
Innovation separates suppliers. 313
JT seeks acceptance. 832
Management lessons of the '07 Toyota Camry: this is a car that will undoubtedly put the Camry name on top of the best-seller list--where it has been for several years. But this is not a case of "same as it ever was, same as it ever was." Not by a long shot. Vasilash, Gary S. 1669
Mercury-free HID lighting. Brief article 113
Microsoft system deployed by Fiat. Brief article 198
Mistakes matter. 513
Quit crying! Kelly, Kevin M. 556
Resurrecting Mercedes: while the marque may have been blemished by recent quality problems, there is a dedication to making that badge shine with improved processes and new products. Kelly, Kevin M. 2544
Steel strikes back: although there are auto applications that steel once had to itself, several of those have given way to alternatives--for now. Vasilash, Gary S. 1431
Suppliers finding footing in price negotiations. Anderson, Melissa 990
Think fast. 230
Turning the wheels faster. 489
Where HOPE is an active verb. Vasilash, Gary S. Editorial 640
Winning the strategic gamble. 447
World Champion Renault's preparations for F1 in '06. Kimberley, William 1344

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