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CAR Most Wanted of 2014: Audi TT

Wed, 08 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

By the CAR editorial team First Official Pictures 08 January 2014 10:30 The Audi TT is Audi's 911. Okay, it’s 15-years-old rather than 50, but it’s the sports car that made the Audi of today. And the all-new, third-generation TT wants to challenge the 911 like never before, with sharper dynamics and more performance, especially in 380bhp TT RS form.

Chevrolet expanding into South Korea

Thu, 29 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Chevrolet, the most famous and best-selling General Motors brand, will expand into South Korea in 2011, the automaker said on Wednesday. Enthusiasts in South Korea are in for a treat: At the Busan International Motor Show where the announcement was made, Chevy showed a Camaro, which will be one of the products offered. Last year, Chevy accounted for 44 percent of GM's global sales and saw a sales increase of 21 percent over the previous year.

Webinars: Register now for 16 October 'Autodesk Alias Class-A Surfacing: Accelerating Design Development'

Fri, 27 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Registration is now open for the next Webinar in the Autodesk series, 'Autodesk Alias Class-A Surfacing: Accelerating Design Development', which will take place on 16 October. This webinar will illustrate how using Autodesk Alias for Class-A modeling can deliver value-added business and technical benefits and how it helps OEMs provide seamless end-to-end design development. Topics covered will include: external and internal challenges facing automotive design advantages of Alias for Class-A Surfacing how to adopt Alias skills and workflows This is part of the 2013 series of Autodesk Webinars which includes: Concept modeling for automotive Using the T-rig tool in real life Presenting this Webinar is Simon Alford, technical manager for Majenta Solutions.