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Automotive Engineering International 2007-10-01
After CD, what's next?
Storing music in cars remains fraught with many engineering considerations as infotainment systems move into the next generation.
General Motors has enhanced its midsize architecture for a more refined and luxurious ownership experience.
Chrysler's family haulers feature a new look and more interior flexibility to go with a host of technology upgrades.
The company's middle sedan is updated with a 21st century interpretation of traditional standards.
The high-performance version of the 3 Series coupe gets V8 power, other significant upgrades.
The eighth generation of Honda's popular sedan offers more space, power, and safety.
The new car's styling harks back to the original of over 70 years ago, but it employs modern technology and shares a platform with the forthcoming Ford Ka replacement.
The new model moves closer to the mainstream C-segment market, but a hatchback is added that will spawn the ultra-high-performance STi.
Cooling off global warming potential
There is still no decision on a new A/C refrigerant, and as the deadline draws closer toxicity issues are raised with proposed blends.
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Design Engineering and Styling
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems (HVAC)
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