Automotive Engineering

July/August 2020

Automotive Engineering:  July/August 2020
    • 2021 Mustang Mach-E
      Ford's first dedicated electric platform reveals the challenges and opportunities in developing a state-of-the-art EV.
    • E-Motorcycle project pushes battery boundaries
      For Triumph's TE-1 project, new materials and cell technologies target greater energy density and overall performance. Williams Advanced Engineering's CEO explains.
    • Tracking the battery-market battleground
      Production scale, yield and new cell technologies are challenging EV battery-cell suppliers, explains an expert at IHS Markit.
    • Editorial
      FThe world's most capable hybrid vehicle
    • SAE Standards News
      SAE J3300 pioneers test-driver certification
    • Supplier Eye
      Understanding the competitive dynamic
    • What We're Driving
    • Mercedes-AMG ready with electrically-assisted turbocharger
    • Top transmission engineers project big future for e-axles, advanced motors
    • 2021 Ford Bronco aims to kick some Jeep
    • Hybridization the highlight of Ford's all-new 2021 F-150
    • Nissan reveals production Ariya electric SUV
    • Q&A
      GM's Kevin Quinn shares insight on additive manufacturing's future
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