The name of German supplier Thyssenkrupp conjures images of raw steel and manufacturing equipment. But the company is also active in technology, including components for self-driving cars. Kristof Polmans, head of development for Thyssenkrupp's steering business, spoke with Staff Reporter Richard Truett about a technology that is playing an increasing role, electric powered steering assist. Q: Electric powered steering assist systems have been far from trouble-free.
DETROIT -- The drive toward electrification and autonomous vehicles is going to change not only the parts and services suppliers sell to automakers, but also nearly every other aspect of their businesses, executives said Wednesday during a panel discussion at the Automotive News World Congress.
The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November 2017. GM sources say Chevrolet's new midengine Corvette won't be shown until the 2019 Detroit auto show. Photo credit: REUTERSThe 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November 2017. GM sources say Chevrolet's new midengine Corvette won't be shown until the 2019 Detroit auto show.
@autolist_dave@PeterDrives Never mind that minor kerfuffle with dates. Sequels are rarely as good as the original (I asked @autolist_dave 's brother). I drew the short straw and have to write the Detroit show Hits & Misses column for AN.
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Selecting a term
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