Automotive Engineering

March 2019

    • Rethinking the HUD
      Advanced tech solutions move toward augmented reality to bring greater capability to head-up displays.
    • Motor matters
      New designs and materials are key to the next generation of electric machines for EV propulsion.
    • Harnessing the power of Sim
      Serious cost savings could come from eliminating vehicle- and systems-level tests. Powerful simulation tools may be the only way to tackle the increasing complexity in mobility development.
    • An OBE for the SAE
      Meet Paul Mascarenas-SAE International's 2019 president. He's a staunch advocate for professional development for engineers amid the mobility industry's transformation.
    • Solving the propulsion puzzle
      Must-attend expert panels at SAE's WCX '19 will cover the propulsion-tech future like no other.
    • Editorial
      Kill the EV tax credit by 2025
    • SAE Standards News
      SAE and Synopsys collaborate on cyber study
    • Supplier Eye
      New Co. vs. Old Co.
    • What We're Driving
    • Supra's revival is Toyota's spin on German engineering
    • 2020 Explorer is the first product to emerge-more quietly-from Ford's newest NVH lab
    • Nissan concept sport sedan is all-electric, driver-optional
    • MEET a new propulsion proposition for Mahle
    • Continental's new CTO to lead retooled R&D pillar
    • New V8, big towing, trick features and tech for 2020 Chevy Silverado HD
    • FCA debuts new Ram Heavy Duty pickups
    • 2020 Ford Super Duty debuts all-new OHV V8
    • 2019 Chevrolet Blazer just right for the voracious SUV market
    • Q&A
      Mazda's Masahiro Moro