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    • Automotive chemicals

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    • Concept cars

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    • Conservation and restoration of vehicles

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    • Auto dealerships

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    • Documentary films about the automotive industry

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    • Motor vehicle assembly plants

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    • Automotive industry

    • The automotive industry is a wide range of companies and organizations involved in the design, development, manufacturing, marketing, and selling of motor vehicles, some of them are called automakers. It is one of the world's most important economic sectors by revenue. The automotive industry does not include industrie ... Read »


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    • List of countries by automotive component exports

    • The following is a list of countries by automotive component exports. Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top twenty countries are listed. atlas.media.mit.edu - Observatory of Economic complexity - Countries that export Vehicle Pa ... Read »


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    • Ageing suit

    • An ageing suit (also spelt as aging suit) is a suit pioneered by the automotive industry in simulating the constraints of older aged drivers. Ageing suits were first used by Japanese car-maker Nissan in the early 21st Century, since Japan has a large aged population. MIT's ageing suit, nicknamed "AGNES", has been used ... Read »


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    • Advanced product quality planning

    • Advanced product quality planning (or APQP) is a framework of procedures and techniques used to develop products in industry, particularly the automotive industry. It is quite similar to the concept of Design for Six Sigma (DFSS). It is a defined process for a product development system for General Motors, Ford, Chrys ... Read »


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    • Aftermarket (automotive)

    • The automotive aftermarket is the secondary market of the automotive industry, concerned with the manufacturing, remanufacturing, distribution, retailing, and installation of all vehicle parts, chemicals, equipment, and accessories, after the sale of the automobile by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to the co ... Read »


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    • American used vehicle exporting

    • American used vehicle exporting is a grey-market international trade involving the exporting of used cars from the United States to international markets. The most exported cars from the United States include Ford Motor Company (Lincoln, Mercury), General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (formerly Chrysler) (Dodg ... Read »


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    • Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association

    • Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association

      The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) is an automotive industry association that represents the automotive aftermarket parts and accessories industry and companies that are involved in manufacturing, re-manufacturing, wholesaling, distributing and retailing of vehicle parts, tools, equipment, accesso ... Read »


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    • Automobile model numbering system in the Soviet Union and Russia

    • A standardized automobile model numbering system has been used in the Soviet Union and Russia. Using the modern version of the system it is possible to determine a vehicle's type and engine capacity. The modern version of the numbering system was introduced in the mid-1970s. A similar system is used in the People's Rep ... Read »


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    • Automobile products liability

    • When a person makes a claim for personal injury damages which have resulted from the presence of a dangerous or defective automobile, he asserts a Product Liability claim against the automobile's manufacturer and/or the manufacturer of the component part or system. A major foundation for modern awareness of the de ... Read »


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    • Automotive design

    • Automotive design is the profession involved in the development of the appearance, and to some extent the ergonomics, of motor vehicles or more specifically road vehicles. This most commonly refers to automobiles but also refers to motorcycles, trucks, buses, coaches, and vans. The functional design and development of ... Read »


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    • Automotive Industry Action Group

    • The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a not-for profit association founded in 1982 and based in Southfield, Michigan. It was originally created to develop recommendations and a framework for the improvement of quality in the North American automotive industry. The association's areas of interest have expanded ... Read »


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    • Automotive industry crisis of 2008–10


    • Automotive Network Exchange

    • ANXeBusiness Corp. (ANX) is the company that owns and operates the Automotive Network Exchange (ANX), a large private extranet that connects automotive suppliers to automotive manufacturers. Since 2006, ANX has expanded into other areas and now provides managed security, compliance and connectivity solutions to busines ... Read »


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    • Automotive package

    • An automotive package is a set of optional automobile features that are included in a bundle that is installed at the factory (this is, they are added to the standard features). In some cases, elements from multiple packages may be combined to create a model level. Such mixing of packages is common in imported vehicle ... Read »


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    • Autorack

    • An autorack, also known as an auto carrier (also car transporter outside the US), is a specialized piece of railroad used to transport automobiles and light trucks, generally from factories to automotive distributors. Amtrak also uses them on its Auto Train route, which carries passengers and their vehicles. In t ... Read »


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    • Rebadging

    • Rebadging, sometimes called badge engineering, is the application of a different brand or trademark (badge, logo or manufacturer's name/marque) to an existing product (e.g., an automobile) and subsequently marketing the variant as a distinct product. Due to the high cost of designing and engineering a new model or esta ... Read »


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    • Big Three (automobile manufacturers)

    • In the United States of America's automotive industry, the term Big Three refers to the three major American automotive companies: General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler (FCA US).Germany's Big Three are Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and BMW.Japan's Big Three are Toyota, Nissan, and Honda. General Motors, Ford Motor Compan ... Read »


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    • Body-in-Blue

    • Body-in-blue is a term used in the automotive industry for the set of body parts of a car, comprising the windows and the sheet metal components that are welded or glued together before other areas of the car (such as the trim, the engine, the drivetrain, etc.) are joined to it on the production line. A body-in-blue co ... Read »


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    • Captive import

    • Captive import is a marketing term and a strategy for a vehicle that is foreign-built and sold under the name of an importer or by a domestic automaker through its own dealer distribution system. The foreign vehicle may be produced by a subsidiary of the same company, be a joint venture with another firm, or acquired ... Read »


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    • Car colour popularity

    • The most popular car colors today are shades of grey: white, black, grey and silver, amounting to over 70% of the total world car production. Red, blue and brown/beige cars range between 6% and 9% each, while all other colours amount to less than 5%. Colour choice is subject to fluctuation and fashion, and historical t ... Read »


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    • List of countries by car exports

    • The following is a list of countries by car exports. Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top twenty countries are listed. atlas.media.mit.edu - Observatory of Economic complexity - Countries that export Cars (2012) ... Read »


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    • Car finance

    • The subject of car finance comprises the different financial products which allows someone to acquire a car with any arrangement other than a single lump payment. The provision of car finance by a third party supplier allows the acquirer to provide for and raise the funds to compensate the initial owner, either a deale ... Read »


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    • Car model

    • An automobile model (or car model or model of car, and typically abbreviated to just "model") is a particular brand of vehicle sold under a marque by a manufacturer, usually within a range of models, usually of different sizes or capabilities. From an engineering point of view, a particular car model is usually defined ... Read »


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    • Carfax (company)

    • Carfax, Inc.

      Carfax, Inc. is a commercial web-based service that supplies vehicle history reports to individuals and businesses on used cars and light trucks for the American and Canadian consumers. In 1984 Carfax was founded in Columbia, Missouri, by a computer professional named Ewin Barnett III working with Robert Daniel Cl ... Read »


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    • Certified Pre-Owned

    • A certified pre-owned car or CPO is a type of used car. Most often late-model, they differ from other used cars by having been inspected, refurbished, and certified by a manufacturer or other certifying authority. They also typically include an extended warranty, special financing, and additional benefits. Luxury marq ... Read »


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    • Corporate Average Fuel Economy

    • The Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards are regulations in the United States, first enacted by the United States Congress in 1975, after the 1973-74 Arab Oil Embargo, to improve the average fuel economy of cars and light trucks (trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles) produced for sale in the United States ... Read »


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    • Dealership management system

    • A dealership management system (DMS) or auto dealership management system is a bundled management information system created specifically for automotive industry car dealerships or large equipment manufacturers, such as Caterpillar Inc dealerships, and also adapted for cars, boats, bikes, RV, and power sports dealers. ... Read »


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    • Design studio

    • A design studio or drawing office is a workplace for designers and artisans engaged in conceiving, designing and developing new products or objects. Facilities in a design studio include clothes, furniture art equipment best suited for design work and extending to work benches, small machines, computer equipment, paint ... Read »


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    • Development mule

    • A development mule (test mule, or simply mule) in the automotive industry is a testbed vehicle equipped with prototype components requiring evaluation. They are often camouflaged to deceive competitors and thwart a curious automotive press. Mules are necessary because automakers must assess new aspects of vehicles for ... Read »


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    • Driven To Perform

    • Driven To Perform (DTP) is an auto show billed as Western Canada's largest and most established automotive lifestyles tour and originally featured mainly import tuner sport compact cars. The inaugural show was held in Vancouver, BC in 2002 as Import Showoff Canada, but has since changed its name and expanded to include ... Read »


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    • DSPACE GmbH

    • dSPACE GmbH

      dSPACE GmbH (digital signal processing and control engineering), located in Paderborn, Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia), is one of the world’s leading providers of tools for developing electronic control units. dSPACE GmbH has Project Centers in Pfaffenhofen (near Munich), Böblingen (near Stuttgart), and Wolfs ... Read »


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    • Employee pricing

    • Employee pricing is a selling strategy launched in 2005 by the auto industry in order to attract customers by using the discounted prices that auto industry employees pay for new cars rather than the sticker price MSRP. The program was first offered that year by General Motors, and later followed by Ford, Chrysler, and ... Read »


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    • End of Life Vehicles Directive

    • The End of Life Vehicles Directive is a Directive of the European Union addressing the end of life for automotive products. Every year, motor vehicles which have reached the end of their useful lives create between 8 and 9 million tonnes of waste in the European Union. In 1997, the European Commission adopted a Proposa ... Read »


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    • List of countries by engine exports

    • The following is a list of countries by combustion engine exports. Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top ten countries are listed. atlas.media.mit.edu - Observatory of Economic complexity - Countries that export Combustion Engin ... Read »


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    • European delivery

    • European delivery programs are arrangements that continental European automobile manufacturers make with their dealerships throughout the world, to attract consumers who will combine the purchase of a European-made automobile with a trip to Europe. These are typically aimed at the North American market, which constitut ... Read »


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    • European Network Exchange

    • ENX Association

      The ENX Association is an association of European vehicle manufacturers, suppliers and organisations. The ENX Association, which was founded in 2000 is an association according to the French law of 1901. Its headquarters are in Boulogne-Billancourt (France) and Frankfurt am Main. The 15 members of the association, ... Read »


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    • EyesOn Design

    • EyesOn Design are a series of events including an annual car show and a fundraiser for the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology. It has become a national event focused on the emotion and character of automotive design. The Eyes on Design Show was established on the late-1986 as both celebration of automotive design ... Read »


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    • Facelift (automotive)

    • "Mid-cycle facelifts for cars are usually just cosmetic: a little nip here, a little tuck there, new lights and maybe a couple of different trim pieces to maintain interest in an aging vehicle for an extra couple of years before a full redesign." An automotive facelift (also known as mid-generational refresh, minor m ... Read »


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    • Faurecia

    • Faurecia

      Faurecia is the 6th largest international automotive parts manufacturer in the world; in 2013 it was #1 for vehicle interiors and emission control technology. One in four automobiles is equipped by Faurecia. It designs and manufactures seats, exhaust systems, interior systems (dashboards, centre consoles, door panels, ... Read »


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    • Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d'Ingénieurs des Techniques de l'Automobile


    • Fleet Special

    • A Fleet Special is a term applied to an automobile that is produced by a manufacturer with the express intent of it being sold in large volumes to corporate interests for business purposes rather than to consumers for personal use. In the 1950s and 1960s, Fleet Special models were usually stripped down full size cars ... Read »


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    • Footwell intrusion

    • In the field of automotive engineering, footwell intrusion describes a situation in which an automobile engine or other vehicle component moves into the space normally allocated for the feet of the front seat occupants. Automotive crash testing agencies such as Euro NCAP and IIHS consider levels of footwell intrusion w ... Read »


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    • Glossary of automotive design

    • A glossary of terms relating to automotive design. Some terms may be found at car classification. ... Read »


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    • Grey import vehicle

    • Grey import vehicles are new or used motor vehicles and motorcycles legally imported from another country through channels other than the maker's official distribution system. The synonymous term parallel import is sometimes substituted. Car makers frequently arbitrage markets, setting the price according to local mar ... Read »


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    • H-point

    • The H-point (or hip-point) is the theoretical, relative location of an occupant's hip: specifically the pivot point between the torso and upper leg portions of the body — as used in vehicle design, automotive design and vehicle regulation. The H-point can be measured relative to other features, e.g. h-point to veh ... Read »


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    • History of the diesel car

    • Diesel engines began to be used in automobiles in the 1930s. Mainly used for commercial applications early on, they did not gain popularity for passenger travel until their development in Europe in the 1960s. Diesel cars continue to develop into highly desired, high performance while retaining power and performance. In ... Read »


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    • International Automotive Task Force

    • The International Automotive Task Force (IATF) is a group of automotive manufacturers which aims at providing improved quality products to automotive customers worldwide. Official website of the IATF ... Read »


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    • International Material Data System

    • The International Material Data System (IMDS) is a global data repository that contains information on materials used by the automotive industry. Several leading auto manufacturers use the IMDS to maintain data for various reporting requirements. In the IMDS, all materials present in finished automobile manufacturing ... Read »


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    • ISO/TS 16949


    • Istobal

    • Istobal, is a Spanish company specialised in the design, manufacturing and trading of car wash solutions. Headquartered in L'Alcúdia (Valencia), the company has 9 subsidiaries and assembly plants in Spain, France, USA and Brasil. Istobal trades its products in over 60 countries through its extensive distributors net ... Read »


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    • List of automobiles manufactured in the United States

    • The following is a list automobiles manufactured in the United States.[1] Some automobiles which are assembled in the United States but consist of a motor and major components assembled elsewhere are not included in the list. ... Read »


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    • List of countries by motor vehicle production

    • This is a list of countries by motor vehicle production based on Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles (OICA) and other data from 2015 and earlier. Figures include passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, minibuses, trucks, buses and coaches. ... Read »


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    • List of countries by motor vehicle production in the 2000s

    • This is a list of countries by motor vehicle production in the 2000s based on Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles (OICA). Figures include passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, minibuses, trucks, buses and coaches. Reference: http://www.oica.net/category/production-statistics/2002-stat ... Read »


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    • List of countries by motor vehicle production in the 2010s

    • This is a list of countries by motor vehicle production in the 2010s based on Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles (OICA). Figures include passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, minibuses, trucks, buses and coaches. ... Read »


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    • Mecaplast Group

    • Mecaplast Group

      Mecaplast Group is an international automotive supplier and a major contributor to the Monegasque economy. Founded in 1955 by Charles Manni, it specializes in the design and manufacture of parts and complete systems for the vehicle body (interior and exterior) and engine. Mecaplast Group employs a total of 6000 employe ... Read »


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    • Mecel

    • Mecel AB

      Mecel Mecel is a software and systems consulting firm, specializing in the automotive industry. The company has offices in Gothenburg and has approximately 120 employees. Mecel was founded in Sweden in 1982 by Jan Nytomt and Hasse Johansson, who later became technical manager at Scania. The company idea was to pro ... Read »


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    • Minor automotive manufacturing groups

    • There are many Automobile manufacturers that are mostly regional, or operating in niche markets. The list below are several examples of the "smaller" car companies. ... Read »


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    • Mitsubishi Montero Sport sudden unintended acceleration incident

    • Mitsubishi Montero Sport and other Known SUV
      alleged sudden unintended acceleration incident by human error or by mispedal application.

      Near the end of 2015, isolated case of accidents occurring in the Philippines involving the Mitsubishi Challenger model, locally marketed as Montero Sport, were reported causing concerns regarding the safety of the car model and filing of several class action lawsuits against Mitsubishi Motors Philippines. To date, al ... Read »


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    • Model year

    • The model year (MY) of a product is a number used worldwide, but with a high level of prominence in North America, to describe approximately when a product was produced, and it usually indicates the coinciding base specification (design revision number) of that product. The model year and the actual calendar year of p ... Read »


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    • MOTORTEC

    • MOTORTEC is an international trade fair of automotive components and accessories held biennially (on odd years) in Madrid, at the IFEMA exhibition centre. The 2007 edition, held in May, boasted 804 exhibitors from 24 countries. The 2009 edition will take place in March. ... Read »


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    • MyCarCheck

    • My Car Check is a British vehicle history checking company owned by CDL Vehicle Information Services. My Car Check works with the police, the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NAVCIS), the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), the Association of British Insurers (ABI), the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) ... Read »


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    • OPEN Alliance SIG

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      The OPEN Alliance is a non-profit, special interest group (SIG) of mainly automotive industry and technology providers collaborating to encourage wide scale adoption of Ethernet-based networks as the standard in automotive networking applications. OPEN is an acronym for one-pair Ethernet. Their current work revolves ar ... Read »


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    • Parts book

    • A parts book or parts catalogue is a book published by manufacturers which contains the illustrations, part numbers and other relevant data for their products or parts thereof. Parts books were often also issued as microfiche, though this has fallen out of favour. Now, many manufacturers offer this information digital ... Read »


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    • Ponton (car)

    • Ponton or pontoon styling refers to a 1930s–1960s design genre—ultimately the precursor of modern automotive styling. The trend emerged as bodywork began to enclose the full width and uninterrupted length of a car, incorporating previously distinct running boards and fully articulated fenders. The fenders of ... Read »


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    • Pre-production car

    • Pre-production cars are vehicles that allow the automaker to find problems before a new model goes on sale to the public. Pre-production cars come after prototypes, or development mules which themselves are preceded by concept cars. Pre-production vehicles are followed by production vehicles in the mass production of t ... Read »


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    • Production part approval process

    • Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) is used in the automotive supply chain for establishing confidence in component suppliers and their production processes. Actual measurements are taken of the parts produced and are used to complete the various test sheets of PPAP: "....all customer engineering design record and ... Read »


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    • Production vehicle

    • The characteristics of a production vehicle or production car are mass-produced identical models, offered for sale to the public, and able to be legally driven on public roads (street legal). Legislation and other rules further define the production vehicle within particular countries or uses. There is no single fixed ... Read »


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    • Program on Vehicle and Mobility Innovation

    • The Program on Vehicle and Mobility Innovation (PVMI) is the oldest and largest international research consortium aimed at understanding the challenges facing the global automotive industry. PVMI, founded as the International Motor Vehicle Program (IVMP) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1979, has mapped ... Read »


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    • Renault–Nissan Alliance


    • Retail floorplan

    • Retail floor planning (also referred to as floorplanning or inventory financing) is a type of short term loan used by retailers to purchase high-cost inventory such as automobiles. These loans are often secured by the inventory purchased as collateral. Floor planning is commonly used in new and used car dealerships. C ... Read »


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    • Scrappage program

    • A scrappage program is a government budget program to promote the replacement of old vehicles with modern vehicles. Scrappage programs generally have the dual aim of stimulating the automobile industry and removing inefficient, high emissions vehicles from the road. Many European countries have introduced large-scale s ... Read »


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    • SEMA

    • SEMA

      Sama (Turkish: Sema, Persian and Arabic: سَمَاع‎‎ - samā‘un) is a Sufi ceremony performed as dhikr. Sama means "listening", while dhikr means "remembrance". These rituals often includes singing, playing instruments, dancing, recitation of poetry and prayers, wearing symbolic attire, ... Read »


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    • Shift kit

    • A shift kit is a set of components for automobiles designed to improve how well the car shifts between gears. Kits are made for both automatic and manual transmissions. Shifts may be optimized for different goals. Some drivers want slow, smooth shifts for comfort, while others want quick shifts for performance or ... Read »


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    • Stanley Electric

    • Stanley Electric Co., Ltd.

      Stanley Electric Co., Ltd. (スタンレー電気株式会社, Sutanrē Denki Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese company, producing electric light sources. Stanley has 36 consolidated subsidiaries, three associated companies, 23 factories in eight countries, offices in 17 countries and o ... Read »


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    • Timeline of motor vehicle brands

    • This is a chronological index for the start year for motor vehicle brands (up to 1969). For manufacturers that went on to produce many models, it represents the start date of the whole brand; for the others, it usually represents the date of appearance of the main (perhaps only) model that was produced. This also give ... Read »


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    • List of countries by truck exports

    • The following is a list of countries by truck exports. Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top 21 countries are listed. atlas.media.mit.edu - Observatory of Economic complexity - Countries that export Delivery Trucks (2012) ... Read »


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    • Urban Science

    • Urban science is an interdisciplinary field that studies diverse urban issues and problems. Based on research findings of various disciplines such as history, economics, sociology, administration, architecture, urban engineering, transportation engineering, landscape architecture, environmental engineering, and geo-inf ... Read »


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    • Virtual tuning

    • Virtual tuning, colloquially known as 'chopping' or 'VTuning', is the 2D graphical modification of automobiles, with the use of raster graphics editing software. Modifications such as aerodynamic and after market body-kits, wheels, front mount inter-coolers and carbon fibre body panels, as well as interior or race car ... Read »


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    • World car

    • The phrase world car is an engineering strategy used to describe an automobile designed to suit the needs of global automotive markets with minimal changes in each market it is sold in. The goal of a world car program is to save costs and increase quality by standardizing parts and design for a single vehicle in a cert ... Read »


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    • YAPP Automotive Systems

    • YAPP Automotive Systems Co., Ltd. (亚普汽车部件股份有限公司) is a supplier to the automotive industry, specialized in fuel systems, in particular plastic fuel tanks. Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Yangzhou, China, the Company has 13 plants and 5 plants overseas. Imp ... Read »


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