Why Tesla’s Gigafactory Is (Still) the Assembly Line of This Century

Ford’s Model T and Tesla’s Model 3 both share a lineage that’s eerily parallel — and often intertwined. But a bottleneck in the Model 3's assembly line now has skeptics wondering if the comparison is still apt.

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3 Things You Can Learn from Subaru's Supply Chain

Subaru’s problem is a decidedly sweet one: where most automotive companies find themselves scrambling for orders (especially in a post-emissions scandal era), the Japanese car-maker has had to invest millions to expand its supply.

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The Story of Things: Electric Vehicles

In this episode of the Story of Things, we take a look at the future of Electric Vehicle manufacturing. Lithium Ion batteries are getting cheaper, meaning more innovation and lower cost. That trend could pave the way for a greener auto industry...

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Takata Recall Forces Auto Supply Chains To Shift Gears

"The Most Complex Consumer Safety Recall In U.S. History"

On Tuesday, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced it was doubling the size of the recall of automobiles equipped with Takata airbags, bringing the total number of...

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