Automotive Engineering

November 2021

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IN THIS ISSUE:

BYD’s Blade Runner
COVER STORY

The Chinese mobility-and-energy giant’s novel ‘Blade’ battery eliminates the cell module level to compete with NCM chemistry at significantly lower cost — and greater proven safety.

Making UX easy on the eyes
UX TECHNOLOGY

Faurecia IRYStec combined physiology and image processing to create uniquely personalized high-fidelity screen displays, as pioneered by Mercedes’ MBUX. The company’s founder explains.

Extending the Wankel’s future on hydrogen fuel ADVANCED PROPULSION

Proven in thousands of military drone aircraft, the lightweight and power-dense Wankel rotary still aims for a future...as a zeroemissions range extender.

‘Retuning’ lubricants for EV duty
LUBRICANTS

Lubrizol’s top grease expert talks about how the electric vehicle trend is driving innovations and creating opportunities.

Editorial

Let’s end EV sales subsidies

Supplier Eye

Dealing with the BEV ‘concavity’

Technology Report

  • IAA Munich and the future of ‘mobility’ shows IAA AUTO SHOW
  • New Zapp electric scooter: just 200 pounds, 200 components
    ELECTRIFICATION
  • Toyota primes for big battery, EV action  ELECTRIFICATION

Road Ready

  • 2022 Toyota Tundra: V8 replaced by twinturbo V6, hybrid
  • 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz: A truck by any other name

Product Briefs

Spotlight: Testing & Analysis Tools; Data-Acquisition Tools

Companies Mentioned, Ad Index

Q&A

John Miller, VP Engineering at DEWESoft on driving DAQ product development using the customer’s voice.

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Automotive Engineering magazine is the No. 1 resource for engineers across multiple disciplines in the automotive industry. Published 10 times annually, Automotive Engineering engages decision makers who buy and specify product. Each issue includes special features and technology reports, from topics such as: vehicle development and systems engineering, powertrain and subsystems, environment, electronics, testing and simulation, and design for manufacturing.
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