Automotive Engineering

November 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Transforming Tenneco

From new-tech suspensions to curb motion sickness to composite exhausts, Dr. Ben Patel’s engineers are innovating toward the electrified, automated-driving future.

The electric future—Audi-style

The first-ever electric vehicle from Audi, the e-tron, is production-ready and as expected, impressively engineered.

Dual-volute salute!

BorgWarner’s new twist in turbocharging helps GM’s new L3B gasoline four deliver V6-beating power and torque, with diesel-like fuel efficiency, in full-size pickup trucks.

VinFast: Vietnam’s first car company has big ambitions

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Automotive Engineering magazine is the No. 1 resource for engineers across multiple disciplines in the automotive industry. Published 10 times annually, Automotive Engineering engages decision makers who buy and specify product. Each issue includes special features and technology reports, from topics such as: vehicle development and systems engineering, powertrain and subsystems, environment, electronics, testing and simulation, and design for manufacturing.
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