Automotive Engineering International 2006-01-01

Automotive Engineering International 2006-01-01
    • Suppliers put meat on bones of NAIAS show cars
      Inside and underneath the shiny new models at January's North American International Auto Show is the work of a fiercely competitive supply base.
    • 2006 Engine Special Report
      Our annual review of the most significant internal-combustion engines of the year ranges from a novel forced-induction four cylinder designed for displacement downsizing to a V10 powerhouse focusing on high output, with three V6s in between.
    • Many products, no wires
      The Bluetooth wireless protocol is helping consumers to bring their personal electronics along for the ride.
    • Blue skies at Makuhari
      The forward-looking concept cars at the Tokyo Motor Show point to a brighter, more fuel-efficient future.