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November, 2019

Dual-sided dieless forming

The shaping of things to come

For nearly as long as there have been cars, people have been collecting and customizing them. Until recently, however, if classic-car aficionados wanted to replace a damaged hood or fender on an out-of-production vehicle, they had to hire a craftsman to make a replacement or trudge through junkyards.


The LEGO Group brings iconic Nissan GT-R NISMO to life in bricks

Since the introduction of the LEGO® wheel in 1962, cars have played a central role in thousands of LEGO sets and in the hearts, minds and play of millions of children across the world.

Top 5 reasons why you should watch Formula E

Top 5 reasons why you should watch Formula E

Formula E racing, the world’s first motorsports championship that uses only electric vehicles, begins its sixth season on Friday.


Nissan develops exoskeletons to reduce strain on workers

Nissan Motor Ibérica will soon complete the testing phase of a pioneering exoskeleton project before integration into production lines at Barcelona’s Zona Franca plant.

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