Automotive Engineering

November/December 2019

    • State of charge
      With just 16 hours to complete a three-state, 600-plus-mile roundtrip, we judge whether the nation's non-Tesla fast-charging network is a match for the new breed of long-range EVs like Jaguar's inspired 2019 I-Pace.
    • More sting for the Stingray
      GM Propulsion engineers elevate the evergreen small-block V8 to new heights for its mid-engine Corvette mission.
    • ACeDrive consortium plans more-efficient EV powertrain
      Led by GKN, the ACeDrive consortium is developing lighter and more-efficient EV propulsion, targeting volume production in 2023.
    • Tricks of the EV trade
      Why Volvo uses starter-generators and raised tunnels for its electrified vehicles.
    • Editorial
      Engineering lapses test brand loyalty
    • SAE Standards News
      SAE's Ground Vehicle Standards group plans legislation, regs workshop, releases updated J3018 standard
    • SUPPLIER EYE
      Canaries in the coal mine
    • What We're Driving
    • FCA claims North America's most-advanced driving simulator
    • Mahle reveals modular, scalable integrated hybrid powertrain
    • Battery experts: solid-state EV tech could be five years out
    • Is the camshaft being timed out?
    • A mirrorless future? NHTSA seeks input on camera vision systems
    • Chevy reveals 2020 Corvette Stingray convertible, C8.R racer
    • Toyota unveils rear-drive FCEV Mirai, plug-in RAV4
    • Bollinger Motors showcases second-gen Class-3 EV prototypes
    • Q&A
      Talking electrification and connected/automated driving with Valeo's Guillaume Devauchelle
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