Automotive Engineering

September 2022



COVER STORY: Chattanooga Power Haus

Volkswagen sprints forward in the EV race by integrating battery test, production and EV assembly in the U.S.

A materials lesson in Civics

Honda’s Indiana-based project leader shares insights on meeting all-new product challenges with the launch clock ticking — during COVID.

From emissions tech to  EV electronics

Eberspaecher’s Electronics unit is enabling big growth in EV and AV business.

Editorial: The long-range EV blues

Supplier Eye

The battle over EV value-add has begun

Technology Report

  • Altair honors innovations in sustainability and lightweighting
  • New chemistry aims to slash fuel-cell PGM costs by 50%
  • Hyundai breaks ground for Safety Test and Investigation Lab
  • Ford starts the hard work of EV battery, raw-materials security

Road Ready

  • Hornet, first electrified Dodge, arrives for 2023 MY
  • Charger Daytona SRT previews Stellantis’ electric-musclecar future

Product Briefs Spotlight: Plastics and Composites

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