Tired of finishing second to its racing arch-nemesis, Mercedes, Scuderia Ferrari S.p.A is leading Ferrari's charge into the future by teaming with Renishaw, a British engineering firm that specializes in additive manufacturing (AM). Ferrari is looking to ride the wave of the future back onto the podium's top spot and carry their storied heritage into the 21st century.
Honda is charting a new path with customized 3D printed auto parts. Could this lead to something bigger in the future?
Additive Manufacturing (i.e., 3D printing) has been around for 30 years, why is it such a hot topic nowadays? BMW is eager to capitalize on recent technological advances to be the front runner in automotive additive manufacturing, but how will it mitigate the intellectual property risk of having digital 3D files of its highly-engineered parts?
A look at the role of 3D printing in the future of Porsche
With a damaged reputation from its Diesel emission scandal, can Volkswagen achieve its aspirations in electric car production?
The Spinout of Adient to Increase Innovation – the Opportunities and Risks of Digitization for the Automotive Interior Supply Chain
Ford faces numerous challenges in managing its European and UK supply chain post-Brexit.
General Motors faces President Trump’s ire for its globalized supply chain. Yet Trump’s “America FirsT” NAFTA renegotiations will only worsen the situation for American jobs.
Isolationist trade policies threaten to disrupt the supply chain of U.S. auto manufacturers such as Ford.
Could isolationist Brexit policy derail the automotive manufacturing industry in the UK? According to leadership at Nissan’s Sunderland plant in Northeast England, supply chain complications stemming from Brexit cast doubt on the future of Nissan’s UK manufacturing operations. Context: The […]