Automotive Engineering

February 2018

    • Leaf turns to the 2020s
      Nissan's pioneering battery-EV finally gets styling, propulsion and feature upgrades that put it back in the thick of the expanding electric-car race.
    • A rebel's guide to chassis engineering
      Before the advent of FEA, engineers used their hands to study chassis strength and stiffness. The approach still offers benefits today, notes the man who wrote chassis engineering's "bible."
    • Auto tech comes on strong at CES 2018
      The automotive sector showed up at CES with autonomy announcements by the score and a spectrum of new-technology unveilings.
    • New SAE President focused on Big Data
      Mircea Gradu, senior VP and quality chief at lidar specialist Velodyne, targets data analytics, electrification and connectivity, and STEM initiatives during his 2018 term.
    • Editorial: Tapping the brakes on autonomy
    • Supplier Eye
      Meeting the less-is-more challenge of global scale
    • The Navigator
      Autonomous business models vs. current cash generators
    • Plug-in hybrid brings Honda into sharper Clarity
    • 2018 Detroit auto show: Achates Power OP engine begins real-world test phase
    • Workhorse multiphysics tool gets upgrades
    • Toyota's new Structural Blue paint shimmers on Lexus LC500
    • Chevy unveils larger, lighter 2019 Silverado at Detroit auto show
    • 2018 Detroit auto show: Ford Ranger returns
    • 2019 XC40 showcases Volvo's new CMA platform
    • What We're Driving
    • Q&A
      Dassault's Mike LaLande