Over the years, the automotive and collision repair industries have become more welcoming to female professionals in the traditionally male-dominated space, yet even as the number of women in the industry has increased, few females pursue careers in more technical roles.
Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is committed to financially supporting females who demonstrate their desire to excel in the field of collision repair through the WIN Scholarship Program.
Audi introduced their latest concept vehicle at CES 2020, the Audi AI:ME, exploring the company's vision for the autonomous luxury car we can expect to see in the coming years.
Tesla just became the biggest automaker in history.
General Motors Co. (GM) announced that it delivered 2,887,046 vehicles in 2019 in the United States.
CCC Information Services (CCC) and American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (American Honda) announce that the OEM becomes the first to integrate its diagnostics scanning cloud technology into the CCC X data exchange, simplifying scanning and reporting for Honda and Acura vehicles.
The industry’s adoption of vehicle scanning as an indispensable part of the repair process can be seen in the results of the “Who Pays for What” surveys conducted for several years by Collision Advice and CRASH Network.
A positive forecast for the collision repair industry in 2020 was among the presentations at the eighth annual “MSO Symposium” held in Las Vegas during SEMA.
The Tesla Cybertruck has been subjected to many nods of both praise and criticism.