Automotive Engineering International 2010-01-19

Automotive Engineering International 2010-01-19
  • Top new engines
    AEI editors highlight the most significant powerplants of the new year and beyond.
  • Ferrari V8
    The new 4.5-L engine for the 458 Italia challenges turbo units on power and specific output.
  • Ford V6
    Significant changes to the Duratec 37 for the 2011 Mustang result in Camaro-beating power with 30-mpg efficiency.
  • Hyundai 2.4 Theta II GDI
    The company revs output of its four-cylinder family with its first application of gasoline direct injection.
  • Porsche Turbo flat six
    Direct injection and special dry-sump lubrication boost power and torque of the latest 911 Turbo powerhouse.
  • Toyota V10
    Nine years in development by Toyota and Yamaha, the 9000-rpm engine for Lexus' new LFA supercar boasts an abundance of titanium and a unique counterbalancer system.
  • Biomaterials boost sustainability
    New car models will feature ever greater numbers of biologically based plastic components, but increased use of renewably sourced parts faces unique challenges.
  • hitting the ground running
    Delphi technology chief Dr. Andrew Brown Jr. ascends the SAE's highest office and helps position the organization for long-term success.
  • Cooperation conquers design conflict
    Designers and engineers often disagree over how new models can and should look, but the earlier they start cooperating the better the outcome for both.
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