Modern Manufacturing Is Killing Character in Cars

The movement to build and sell cars anywhere is stripping cars of personality.

It’s a coincidence. These past few years, two companies in two separate industries introduced vehicles named A220. Mercedes-Benz put that badge on its newest small sedan, the A-class. The other A220 is a smaller airliner from Airbus that slots in below the mainstream A320 but is slightly larger than most existing regional jets. Coincidences, however, can sometimes uncover similarities.

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