Automotive Engineering

January 2018

    • Level Zero hero
      Jeep's iconic Wrangler is all-new-and unapologetically analog.
    • Fusing sensors for the automated-driving future
      Complex processing architectures, faster networks and even more sophisticated software are vital for 100% accurate Level 4 and 5 systems.
    • Who wants Afreecar?
      One billion people globally survive on less than $2/day but desperately need personal mobility and electric power. One of the auto industry's most creative minds offers what could be a unique and sustainable solution.
    • Dana opens new chapter on CVTs
      A dedicated development center is hustling the unique VariGlide "spherical traction drive" toward 2020 production.
    • Plastics key to mobility innovations
      The 2017 SPE Innovation Awards highlight the design, engineering and materials-science collaborations between vehicle OEMs and their tier suppliers.
    • Editorial: Making the case for simple, robust 'core' engineering
    • Supplier Eye
      Learnings from a pivotal year
    • The Navigator
      Cooking up the perfect automated-driving system
    • SAE Standards News
      Moving swiftly to define the shared-mobility future
    • Thermal management plucks CAFE's low-hanging fruit
    • 2019 Corvette ZR1 goes with the (air)flow
    • PSA's plan of action for Opel/Vauxhall: electrification, shared platforms
    • Kiekert unveils automatic-door tech for autonomous vehicles
    • 2018 Stinger: Kia's track-capable family hauler
    • 2018 Porsche Cayenne rides high on air suspension, lighter unibody
    • Q&A
      Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath