Automotive Engineering

October 2020

    • FEV and the Art of EV Testing
      The legendary powertrain-engineering group has expanded its global footprint into EV testing and development to keep pace with changing technologies and customer demand.
    • EVs expand the testing envelope
      Horiba builds on its core test-systems expertise as it pivots to battery packs, e-motors, fuel cells and their ancillary technologies.
    • Symphony in the key of C8
      Tenneco and GM solve multiple technical challenges to engineer the mid-engine Corvette's sweet-sounding active exhaust system.
    • More air for the hydrogen fuel cell
      New electric-blower technology aims to enhance HFC efficiency. Aeristech engineering boss Luke Read explains.
    • Editorial
      Enduring the demise of real, live networking
    • Supplier Eye
      What's Next is Now in Sight
    • What We're Driving
    • Active roll stabilization introduced for Audi's large crossovers
    • Plastics exec calls for standards to drive new material opportunities
    • Ford envisions broad portfolio of renewable materials - including coffee
    • SAE project to develop cyber-secure EV charging
    • All-composite EV wheel heads to production
    • Nissan reveals design study for next-generation Z sportscar
    • Q&A
      Talking Class-3 electric trucks with Bollinger Motors' CEO and founder Robert Bollinger