Automotive Engineering

September 2018

    • Engineering at the crossroads
      As the industry pivots to automated/connected vehicles, new research and initiatives are guiding SAE to develop training and education programs to help working engineers and students succeed.
    • Opel's revamped engineering mission
      Now part of France's PSA Group, engineering remains Opel's core-with an interesting new options list.
    • Editorial
      FCA gets back into the electrification game
    • SAE Standards News
      SAE unveils new consumer-focused graphic for J3016 automated-driving standard
    • Supplier Eye
      'Opportunity targeting' future business
    • The Navigator
      Explosion in compute power enables automated driving
    • What We're Driving
    • Mass-cutting innovations bask in Altair recognition
    • Ford details more platform consolidation
    • WePredict ready to rock component-quality analytics
    • GKN turns the CV joint inside-out
    • 2019 Dodge Challenger: Deceased Demon seeds stronger and wider muscle-car lineup
    • Second-gen Hyundai Veloster: more power, more style
    • 2019 Genesis G70 a genuine C-segment sports-sedan player
    • Q&A
      FEV's Dr. Stefan Pischinger in support of diesel's future