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  1. WikiProject:Ships. WikiProject:Trains. WikiProject Automobiles exists to co-ordinate the effort to compile articles on all types and classes of automobiles, automotive parts and technology of the automotive industry. Additionally, it has the goal of presenting all articles in a consistent, legible and informative format.

  2. This is a list of pages in the scope of Wikipedia:WikiProject Automobiles along with pageviews. To report bugs, please write on the Community tech bot talk page on Meta. List. Period: 2021-07-01 to 2021-07-31 Total views: 60,833,401 Updated: 15:58, 3 August 2021 (UTC)

    • Overview
    • Saleen and Tata Harrier
    • Proposed merge of Dongfeng Fengdu MX5 in Aeolus AX7
    • Arbiter. WPA's choice of names is a guide for those writing about automobiles in English
    • "Late model"
    • List of Nürburgring Nordschleife lap times help needed

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    Good morning, I would like to point out that I have corrected the Saleen and Saleen S1 entry by adding the sources and the acquisition of the company by the Chinese Jiangsu Secco Tecnology, if someone can correct any errors in the notes and grammar. And Saleen is a public company? Many source cite is a private and chinese! also in Tata Harrier there are many Indian news sites and articles and I would like to know if they are suitable for an encyclopedia, many seem superfluous. thanks and good jo

    The Dongfeng Fengdu MX5 and first generation of Aeolus AX7 are same car! The Fengdu have only a different front and rear bumper but the car are the same and was produced only for 1 year! No other difference

    It may give a few motoring journalists a bit of a laugh but I think the members of this project should face up to their responsibility. You people decide the terminology used particularly where editors are using English as a second language and are aware they can misuse or misunderstand English words. Don't let it become a muddle. Eddaido 13:48, 14 May 2021 That's okay - I also got quite a laugh when I saw lot's of 'infart' and 'utfart' signs when driving around Europe. We will never please ever

    The Late model article starts with an intro section about production cars, and then all the rest of the article is about the unrelated topic of racecar racing. Latemodels in stock car look like Dali-esque silhouettes of 1970s cars, and not recent production models. To me, this should be split into two articles, one on late model production cars, and one on late model racing. What do you guys think? -- 19:55, 13 June 2021 I agree with the IP. I wonder though if the article should sim

    Opinions needed at List of Nürburgring Nordschleife lap times Drachentötbär 11:36, 16 June 2021 @Drachentötbär: Could you be more specific? Thanks, A7V2 23:01, 16 June 2021 Just click to see the dispute. A new user appeared and keeps moving a car from the non-series/non-road-legal to the production/street-legal section. Drachentötbär 00:03, 17 June 2021

  3. There are too many articles (more than 9000) in this project to list them all on one page. This page and the ones linked below contain links to all articles, categories, images, portal pages templates, and project pages with {{WikiProject Automobiles}} on their talk page.

    • Nomenclature
    • Infoboxes
    • Units
    • Images
    • Miscellaneous

    Automobile nomenclature, including article titles, should generally take the form of make and model, for example, "Toyota Corolla" or "Volkswagen Passat". A two-part name is needed because many automobile model names, when taken by themselves, have multiple alternate meanings, such as "Fiesta," "Golf, "Cressida" or "911". Rather than create ad hoc disambiguations for model names, it is preferred for editors to follow a consistent standard. The make and model naming scheme is not only the preferred naming scheme, it is also the de facto standardused in most applications internationally. The make should be the short form of the name, as would be commonly used (see: Wikipedia:Common name), unless disambiguation with other brands is required. The model name should be the basic name for that model. Sometimes, listing the make and model alone is ambiguous when referring to vehicles with multiple versions. In these cases, the nomenclature should be suffixed with a disambiguator in parenthe...

    Dedicated infobox templates have been developed for use in articles about automobile models, engines and platforms. The templates include blank examples that users can copy into articles, usage instructions and an example (showing the template code with example data and its corresponding appearance when published). Infobox usage should follow the conventions defined by WikiProject Automobiles. The infobox templates for automobile articles are as follows: 1. Infobox automobile 2. Infobox engine 3. Infobox automobile platform For the Infobox automobile template, the list of engines does not usually include the manufacturer's name, unless it is a different brand to the manufacturer of the vehicle. For example, the Chrysler Pentastar engine would be listed as "3.6 L PentastarV6".

    We use the local standard first when making judgments on localized units and terms. The unit order follows a vehicle's major market. For example, the wheelbase of an American-market car would be written as "116 in (2,946 mm)", while the wheelbase of a car from a metric country would be written as "2,946 mm (116.0 in)". General conventions for units: 1. We use the standard International System of Units (SI) describing automobiles, and will generally follow the SI writing style. 2. We separate units from numbers with a non-breaking space (for example, we type 3.2&nbѕp;liters so that 3.2 liters will be displayed in the article). When used adjectivally they contain a hyphen, e.g. 3.2-liter. 3. We use commas but not spaces in numbers used as measurements, and will separate decimals from whole numbers with a full stop/period, not a comma. That is, we use 1,796 cc rather than 1 796 cc, and 2.2 L rather than 2,2 L. 4. We express compound units in lowercase letters. For example: rpm (not rev...

    Minimum standards

    We strive to illustrate our articles with high-quality images. We agree to the following general standards: 1. Images shall enhance the article in which they are placed and must feature the subject of the article section near which they are placed. 2. The image subject—automobile, engine, or component—must be the center of the image's composition. 3. Use the "thumbnail" option for all images other than those inside infoboxes. In accordance with Wikipedia:Manual of Style#Images, do not specify...


    Here are some things to keep in mind when creating an image of a car: 1. The front ¾ view from the height of an ordinary person is normally the best angle for a single picture of a car. 2. The illumination is key to obtaining a good image. Try to take pictures in the middle of the day or under bright but indirect lights. Make sure the sun is behind you—do not shoot into the sun. Overcast days offer great opportunities for taking pictures, since there are going to be fewer reflections from the...

    Calendar and model years

    Within the automotive sphere, calendar years are typically used internationally except in North America where the model year format is utilised. Unless the article is about an automobile produced by a North American company primarily for North American consumption; for example, many General Motors, Ford and Chrysler products, articles should prioritize calendar years over model years. Chevrolet Impala, being a General Motors product sold mainly in North America should use model years as the p...

    Section title end dates

    Section titles may have start dates (calendar years for most articles) but end dates should not be used. This is mostly for when the end date is disputed. Possible disputes are due to production ending except a single commercial variant continues for a few more years, or when the main factory ends production but a factory in another country continues making local variations in relatively small volumes.


    Car classificationcan be contentious because not all vehicles fall neatly into a particular class. Also, some classes are too subjective and should be avoided, such as "supercar", "hypercar", and "exotic". In general, models should be classified according to the country where the vehicle's manufacturer is headquartered (although if the vehicle was not sold there, it should be the country where the vehicle was launched). An article may also mention other major classification schemes, to provid...

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    Quality assessment

    An article's quality assessment is generated from the class parameter in the {{WikiProject Automobiles}} project banner on its talk page: {{WikiProject Automobiles|class=???}} The following values may be used for the class parameter to describe the quality of the article (see Wikipedia:Content assessmentfor assessment criteria): For non-standard grades and non-mainspace content, the following values may be used for the classparameter:

    Importance assessment

    An article's importance assessment is generated from the importance parameter in the {{WikiProject Automobiles}} project banner on its talk page: {{WikiProject Automobiles|importance=???}} The following values may be used for the importance parameter to describe the relative importance of the article within the project (see Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Priority of topicfor assessment criteria):


    1. Articles that require attention should be tagged with: attention=yes 2. Articles that are a selected article at the cars portal should be tagged with: portal=yes 3. Articles that are automatically tagged as stubs with the Kingbotk plugin for AWB should be tagged with: auto=yes

    There is a list of Popular pages, ordered by number of views, a bot-generated list of pageviews, useful for focused cleanup of frequently viewed articles, updated monthly.

  4. Gian Paolo Dallara (technical director 1963–1968) Paolo Stanzani (technical director 1968-1975) Giotto Bizzarrini (engine designer 1960s) Bob Wallace (test driver 1963–1975) Valentino Balboni (test driver 1968–2008) Marcello Gandini from Bertone, car designer from Miura to Diablo. Other. History of Lamborghini. Lamborghini (film)

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