Automotive Engineering

November/December 2021

    • High on hydrogen
      Through its Symbio joint venture with Michelin, Faurecia expands far beyond its interior-systems base into the fuel-cell future.
    • Simulating a faster route to ADAS and AV validation
      With its new cloud-based Simphera platform, dSpace responds to demand from global automated-vehicle development teams to help manage their expanding, complex workload.
    • Innovating the methanol fuel cell
      Using methanol as the source fuel provides an alternative to a gaseous-hydrogen distribution and storage infrastructure, among other potential benefits.
    • Engineering the 2022 Toyota Tundra
      Chief Engineer Mike Sweers talks structure, materials and a different approach to hybrid power.
    • Editorial
      Ford C2 is model for EV scale
    • Supplier Eye
      Suppliers battle a new set of ILLs
    • No-batteries-included Corvette Z06: More sting for the 2023 Stingray
    • Bosch debuts new CV-specific electric motor and inverter
    • Innovative 'Afreecar' wins SAE 2021 Create the Future Design award
    • 3D graphene boosts new batteries beyond lithium-ion
    • Hercules readies Alpha electric pickup prototypes
    • VW adds traction in budding EV market with AWD for ID.4
    • Q&A
      Conversation with the two engineers largely responsible for readying and running Volkswagen's new U.S. battery-pack plant.