Automotive Engineering International 2010-10-14

Automotive Engineering International 2010-10-14
  • Chevrolet Volt
    When General Motors management approved its 2011 E-REV for production, the bateries- and other technologies- did not exist.
  • Ford Explorer
    New engines, more extensive use of lightweight metals, and a patented shift-on-the-fly terrain management system highlight the next-generation model as the former frame-based SUV re-emerges for 2011 as a unibody crossover SUV.
  • Honda Odyssey
    Engineers tried to strike a balance between practicality and sportiness in their 2011 minivan- and succeeded.
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
    Chrysler engineers wanted to maintain or enhance off-road capability while significantly boosting refinement.
  • Telematics takeoff comes with many questions
    Connections for infotainment and app delivery, and design for safe use to head off limiting regulations, are among issues still being debated.
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