Plant Oxford has celebrated the three millionth MINI to roll off its assembly line since production began back in 2001.
Holden has reached the end of an illustrious era after building its last Australian-made V6 engine, ending 68 years of Holden engine manufacturing in Australia.
With manufacturers intently focused on the technology element of Industry 4.0, the workforce management company Kronos believes that maximum benefit can only be achieved if equal attention is paid to the people operating it. Nick Peters reports.
A campaign by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the Global New Car Assessment Program (GNCAP) has revealed the shocking difference in vehicle safety standards between the US and Mexico.
Fred Tongue visits Zenos Cars, an up and coming British sports car manufacturer with a need for speed, an eye for design and a relentless focus on the customer.
Driverless cars promise safer roads, less congestion, more free time for drivers, and independence for those currently unable to drive – but what will the reality actually look like? Dr Stewart Birrell reports.
After 12 months of stalling, the Bloodhound SSC Project now has the financial backing it needs to go the distance. The Manufacturer reports.
Yamaha has launched its new Advanced Robotics Automation Platform, which it hopes will allow the low cost construction of automated manufacturing lines through a significantly greater unity with the IoT.
In a 21st century world dominated and driven by groundbreaking technology, driverless cars are set to be the future of transport.
In a recent announcement, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, reported that Italian company Brembo has moved part of its production to Mexico in order to reduce costs and delivery time of brakes to the Tesla plant located in California.