Automotive Engineering

May 2021

    • Software transforms vehicle development
      Software-defined vehicles are driving major changes in hardware and control architectures.
    • Model-based analysis of e-motor designs
      Observing the magnetic field distribution, electromagnetic torque, and iron loss distribution allows engineers to optimize specific performance with minimal weight and material costs.
    • NVH simulation meets realism
      New toolsets help reduce development time and bring sound and vibration data into the real world.
    • Metamaterials R&D targets NVH abatement
      Nissan readies its lightweight acoustic solution for 2022 production - will Hyundai follow?
    • Editorial
      The will to win the climate war
    • Supplier Eye
      Forks in the road
    • CVT is Bosch's answer to upgrade EV efficiency
    • How 3D printing could add efficiency to EV power electronics
    • Jeep engineers a Wrangler EV with manual gearbox
    • Mahle Powertrain intensifying e-mobility focus
    • After a 30-year hiatus, Jeep remakes the Wagoneer
    • Alliance platform elevates 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander
    • Cadillac to launch 2023 Lyriq EV months earlier than planned
    • Q&A
      GM's Al Oppenheiser discusses engineering the 2022 GMC Hummer SUV