Automotive Engineering

May 2017

    • Innovations for lightweighting
      Tough fuel-economy bogies for 2021 and beyond are driving new approaches to materials use, as seen in these case studies.
    • Axellent progress
      AAM's new Quantum drive-axle technology is a leap forward in lightweight, efficient driveline systems aimed at 2020 and beyond.
    • Low-temperature combustion ready for prime time?
      At SAE's High-Efficiency IC Engines Symposium, Delphi said its new, third-generation GDCI is promising, but even LTC proponents admit that challenges remain.
    • More automation for ECU testing
      The latest fault-insertion tests enable engineers to run more test cases in less time.
    • Preview: SAE readies new Connect2Car conference for fusion of auto, tech sectors
    • Editorial: The first 100 days versus the first 100 years
    • SAE Standards News
      SAE collaborates on Clean Cars project
    • Supplier Eye
      Toward a "by wire" vehicle
    • Tech leaders talk AI, security, next-gen HMI
    • Overcoming the 'CO2 penalty' of autonomous vehicles
    • New autonomous-driving module uses raw sensor data to enhance speed
    • Musclecar Godzilla: Dodge reveals 840-hp Challenger SRT Demon
    • New York auto show: Lincoln unveils all-new, aluminum-bodied 2018 Navigator
    • Mark Cieslak, chief engineer for the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, talks weight-saving.