Automotive Engineering

May 2022



COVER STORY: Honda airs it out

An open-wheel racecar in the test chamber of Honda’s new, $124-million wind tunnel in East Liberty, Ohio. The Honda Automotive Laboratories of Ohio (HALO) facility is the company’s first full-scale wind tunnel in North America and is projected to save significant vehicle-development time and money previously spent contracting third-party wind tunnels in the U.S. and abroad. (Honda)

Two-wheeled tech: The latest in motorcycle applications

Nobium: magic metal for battery anodes?

Editorial: Reconsidering hybrids

Supplier Eye

Technology Report

- SAE WCX 2022: ICE won’t melt amid shift to EVs
- ICE life-extension: searching for more solutions
- Stellantis’ Hurricane is coming

Road Ready

- Bringing back the hot hatch: 2023 Toyota GR Corolla
- 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee plugs in

Product Briefs

- Spotlight: 3D Printing, Software, Test & Measurement Tools



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