Automotive Engineering: October 2017

Automotive Engineering:  October 2017
  • ICE Breaker!
    Mazda’s Skyactiv-X beats the big guys to market with a promising new production engine that marries Otto and Diesel attributes.
  • Testing mmWave radars in the loop
    University of Texas researchers develop a real-time HIL testbed that beats the incumbents on cost, time and flexibility.
  • Driverless cars and freeway traffic flow
    Analysis shows platooning and wave damping can reduce congestion.
  • Editorial: EVs lack a robust charging grid
  • SAE Standards News
    Mobility for everyone: Automated Driving Systems
  • Supplier Eye
    The future on stage at Frankfurt
  • The Navigator
    Time for standard naming of safety features
  • Developing high-energy-density batteries for EVs
  • U.S. Dept. of Transportation issues new autonomous-vehicle guidelines
  • Federal-Mogul’s cool solution for downsized engines
  • Continental unveils new 3D display cluster
  • Back to physics for Dayco’s new vacuum assist
  • Voltage spike at 2017 Frankfurt auto show
  • For ’18 models, GM quietly backs diesel—with quiet new diesel
  • Cadillac plugs in CT6 for high-value efficiency
  • What We’re Driving
    Automotive Engineering’s quick-strike vehicle reviews
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