Automotive Engineering

December 1, 2016

    • Editorial: What's old (and revered) is new again
    • Toyota sticking with measured, 'Teammate' approach to autonomous development
    • Straight-sixes are back (with electrification) at Mercedes-Benz
    • McLaren faces the electrified and autonomous future
      Can low-volume supercars survive amid stringent CO2 regs and robot cars? McLaren is betting £1 billion on a speedy, powerful-and independent-sports-car future.
    • New Peugeot SUVs jump to modular platform, increase composites use
    • Mercedes EQ concept previews 2019 electric SUV
    • 2017 Nissan Rogue adds hybrid system with EV-only mode
    • Renault's kids' racer