Automotive Engineering International 2006-03-01

Automotive Engineering International 2006-03-01
  • Hybridization gathers momentum
    Gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles continue to grow in popularity, with many incremental advances coming from Japanese OEMs and suppliers.
  • Broadening telematics' reach
    More infotainment options pose many challenges.
  • Nano goes macro
    While nanotechnology deals with materials at the minutest of levels, the auto industry has grand plans for its use in a multitude of areas.
  • The transformation of testing
    Software is helping physical tests produce more accurate results more efficiently.
  • Advancing crashworthiness simulation
    BMW worked closely with software developers at ABAQUS to produce a customized solution for virtual product development.
  • Low-cost latitude
    Contrary to popular belief, 'low cost' does not automatically mean 'Chinese.'
  • SAE 2006 World Congress Preview
    Toyota and host company BMW join Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler for a record number of OEMs on the floor at the April 3-6 event.
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