Automotive Engineering International 2006-11-01

Automotive Engineering International 2006-11-01
  • Parisian delights
    The concept vehicles at September's Paris Motor Show ranged from futuristic, over-the-top dream machines with diesel hybrid power to fuel-efficient small cars with high-end interiors.
  • Software poses hard challenges
    Autocoding, reuse help automakers produce increasingly more lines of code.
  • The two-wheeler future
    Japanese manufacturers look to crossovers, hybrids, and alternative-energy concepts to reinvigorate the motorcycle industry.
  • An Aura of refinement
    Saturn took cues from its European partner when designing a new entrant for the U.S. midsize market.
  • Decongesting Denver
    The road to safer and more efficient ground transportation in the Mile High City is being paved, in part, via a romance between highway and light rail.
  • Hybrids for commerce
    Though they represent a fraction of the Japanese hybrid fleet, the four Japanese commercial-vehicle manufacturers offer diesel-electric hybrid trucks and buses that are on the leading edge of the technology.
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