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We’ve been following Evolve Automotive’s project F90 BMW M5 for some time now. With just some simple mods, they’ve been able to push their M5 up to about 800 hp, which is simply insane. They’ve also done some cosmetic tweaks, which include new wheels and lowering springs. So, needless to say, it’s a fast, exciting M5. At a recent Vmax...
The BMW M3 is about to get a new version in the shape of the G80 model. It’s still quite a long way out but, right now, you can’t buy the F80 M3 anymore either. It’s safe to say then that the F80 M3 is getting a bit long in the tooth and that newer rivals could give it...
Industry commentators believe that, over time, every machine on every factory floor will have its own digital twin. Some have even been so brazen as to suggest that at least half of large industrial companies will adopt this self-learning technology by 2021. In this article, Siemens examines what role digital twin technology must play in helping OEMs to meet growing...
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will form part of the Tay Cities Deal and announced at Perth College the bridge. In December, there was a deal signed between Scottish and Michelin ministers. The Scottish government has announced £10 million for an industrial investment programme to encourage companies across the Tay Cities Region.The investment forms part of a larger investment that intends...
As backbench MPs write a letter to the Prime Minister advising against a 'No-Deal' Brexit and lorries engage in a border disruption dress rehearsal in Kent, more British manufacturers have announced contingency plans. As part of their contingency plans, Aston Martin have stocked cars in Germany, ordered car parts weeks in advance and are preparing to fly in components  –...
The UK rail industry is ripe for innovation. Challenges and frustrations faced by passengers are frequently hitting the headlines. But where should the industry start with improving the customer experience? And how can it make sure that customers are listened to? Rob Munro, industrial associate from the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), University of Cambridge, shares some insights into AIR4, a...
Nick Peters meets Jim McColl, engineer, entrepreneur, passionate Scotsman and the man intent on breathing life. Before embarking on a career that led him to establish Clyde Blowers Capital, a private equity firm that focuses on reviving under-invested or failing engineering companies, jim McColl was born on the Clyde and served his engineering apprenticeship there.Ferguson Marine on Clydeside was definitely...
After Baxi Heating UK announced plans to shut down one of its sites over 200 jobs are at risk. Baxi Heating are Britain’s biggest producer of electrical water heaters and water cylinders. Baxi Heating UK is moving the production of water cylinders and electric water heaters from Norwich to its major site in Preston.In a announcement  last night,...
It's easy to assume that large manufacturing companies have all the answers they need to whatever problems come their way. Not so! Even the biggest companies – some would say especially the biggest companies – have to seek help with complex problems that require academic rigour, or collaboration with more agile, disruptive companies – qualities they may not have the...
Even though we’ve seen the BMW M8 Competition nearly completely undisguised today, we’re still a bit off from seeing the car in all its glory and learn about it. The pictures leaked today show its front end and rear fascia and, to be honest to us, there are not any surprises there. Everything looks like rsquo &...
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