Automotive Engineering

July/August 2021

    • Making the case for in-wheel motors
      IWMs can improve EV efficiency, dynamics, safety, and manufacturability - when unsprung mass is addressed in their design.
    • 3D printing scales-up
      Constant innovation in machine design, compatible materials and design software is leading additive manufacturing from the prototype shop to the production floor.
    • Boosting patents during the pandemic
      Nissan's North American researchers set a company record for their patent output during the first year of the pandemic. Two teams revealed how they kept the IP on track.
    • Editorial
      The global materials war
    • Supplier Eye
      BEV - A new business model
    • Stellantis goes all-in on EV
    • Radiated emissions testing gathers bandwidth
    • Aptiv: More EVs mean more profit with SVA
    • Ford engineered 2022 Bronco to give Jeep the willies
    • 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L grows all around
    • Ford's unibody 2022 Maverick aims to revitalize the compact pickup
    • Q&A
      Nissan Americas senior VP Chris Reed discusses his company's expanding R&D, testing, and engineering muscle.