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Steel stands tall
Through constant innovation, mobility's longtime incumbent material maintains its star status for vehicle structures -and a collaborative development model.
The economics of materials selection
Cost per pound of reduced vehicle mass is helping to drive innovation in steel, aluminum and carbon composites.
A step-change in the cost of CFRP
Williams Advanced Engineering reveals secrets behind its innovations aimed at moving carbon fiber into the mobility mainstream.
Aluminum is the key "lever"
Aluminum BIW and closure parts are essential for achieving both regulatory and OEM goals for improved vehicle efficiency.
F1 streamlines for closer racing
In the downforce vs. turbulence battle, Formula 1 enacts technical changes to rev up the on-track spectacle.
Unlocking DfAM's potential
A new field-based design software is supporting more widespread use of additive manufacturing, for faster product-development times with less rework and risk.
Choking on the haze of California vs. the Feds
SAE Standards News
Committee works to update Gasoline Fuel Injection standards
Surprises on the lightweighting front
What We're Driving
Why JLR is reviving the inline-six
Studies show cold temps cripple EV range
Ford demos latest digital tools at flagship transmission plant
For bonding dissimilar materials, adhesives can be a sticking point-or lack of it
Jeep revives its pickup mojo with 2020 Gladiator
New platform, chic sheetmetal for tech-centric 2020 Range Rover Evoque
'Gladiator lingo' with Jeep's Elizabeth Krear and Pete Milosavlevski
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