Automotive Engineering

June 2018

    • Underway on nuclear power
      Ford Motor Co. CTO Dr. Ken Washington is driving new approaches to technology innovation-from inside and outside the enterprise.
    • Silicon drives autonomy movement
      Renesas' Amrit Vivekanand explains how the software and semiconductors that underlie the industry's rapid transition are rapidly evolving.
    • Automotive propulsion 'On a journey'
      CTO Jeff Hemphill explains how Schaeffler Group is blending its longstanding mechanical-systems expertise with critical investment in electrification and autonomy.
    • Steeling for reduced mass and higher strength
      New 3rd-generation AHSS and steel-polymer hybrid tech aim to cut mass by up to 30%-and take a bite out of aluminum's business.
    • Balancing the rumble and roar
      Multiphysics simulation is part of the development toolset at Mahindra Two Wheelers, as the Indian motorcycle and scooter maker expands into global markets with larger bikes.
    • Le Mans 2018: can anyone beat Toyota's hybrids?
      At this month's 24 Hours of Le Mans, managing fuel consumption is vital for Prototype-class victory. Do the new privateers have a chance?
    • Editorial: Ignoring reality
    • SAE Standards News
      Conductive Automatic Charging Recommended Practice nears completion
    • Supplier Eye
      Is the demise of the sedan upon us?
    • The Navigator
      The root of the AV ethics problem
    • What We're Driving
    • Chevy bombshell: first-ever 4-cylinder for fullsize pickups
    • Stanadyne pumps up the volume
    • SAE brings autonomy to the public in new demonstration program
    • Nissan's new VCR engine: worth the effort?
    • 2019 Avalon: Toyota further refines its Lexus alternative
    • Q&A
      Scott Bailey, CEO Tula Technology, talks digital cylinder deactivation and his company's new tech for hybrids and EVs