AEI Best Engineered Vehicle 2010- Ford
The readers and editors have selected the most significant vehicle
of the year. Ford attacks premium sedan segment with all the
technology it can muster.
Focused on fuel economy
Technology is only part of the solution for reducing vehicle energy
consumption. In part 2 of AEI's Fuel Efficiency series, vehicle
engineers explain why driver behavior is also a key factor.
No stopping safety system advances
Engineers are focusing on active systems intergration, especially
with radars and cameras, more centralized processing, and silicon
germanium for 77- GHz systems.
Shedding pounds on a magnesium diet
Tough CAFE standards are pushing automakers to consider using more
lightweight magnesium rather than aluminum, steel, or
Automotive Engineering International 2010 tech
The editors of Automotive Engineering International preview the
most innovative supplier technologies to be displayed April 13th
through 15th in Detroit at teh SAE World Congress. This year's
exhibit has a renewed focus on innovation, with fewer companies
showing more significant solutions to industry challenges. Check
out our full coverage of the event online at