Automotive Engineering

October 2023



COVER STORY: Hitting the comfort zone

Batteries and humans like to be at room temperature. Thermal-management systems make sure that happens — while maximizing efficiency.

The first modern EV was…a Corvair?

Most industry experts cite GM’s EV1 as the first EV of contemporary times. But the EV1 had a pioneering forerunner from decades prior.

Magnet selection for cost- optimized motor designs

MQ1 Magnets are particularly suitable for demanding applications such as automotive accessories and home appliances.

Editorial: A time-out for EVs and ADAS?

Supplier Eye

‘BEV-agnostic’ systems require attention

Technology Report

  • Volkswagen and partners pushing materials, EV charging innovations in Tennessee
  • Our Next Energy’s Gemini battery could bring 600-mile EVs by 2026
  • Ford EV engineers ‘Always On’ for customer feedback

Road Ready

  • Cadillac counts on 2025 Escalade IQ for EV sizzle
  • Civic Type R becomes Honda’s technology showcase

Product Briefs

Spotlight: Testing & analysis tools; data-acquisition tools

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