Automotive Engineering International 2008-10-01

Automotive Engineering International 2008-10-01
  • Consumed by changes
    Reprogramming becomes the focus of engineers as radios become multifunction head units integrating many infotainment functions.
  • Design insiders
    Packaging, comfort, 'premiumness,' and quality are keywords in the vocabulary of car interior designers, but significant changes to interior structures could lead to a design revolution.
  • Accident avoidance 2.0
    OEMs and suppliers are going to great lengths to ensure the proper performance of their next generation of active safety products.
  • Automotive policy goes to the polls
    Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama stake out different positions on issues affecting the automotive industry and future vehicle engineering.
  • Mitsubishi i MiEC
    Instead of focusing on hybrid propulsion, the company is hoping to be a leader in all-electric vehicles by readying a minicar for 2010 launch.
  • Tato Nano
    The Indian automaker intends to overcome obstacles and deliver on its promise of a $2500 all-weather, safe family car.
  • Opel & Vauxhall Insignia
    The important new model from General Motors Europe is based on the Epsilon II architecture expected to underpin many GM models for markets around the world.
  • Hyundai Genesis
    The Asian automaker breaks into a new segment with a car tuned as a sports sedan in the U.S. and a luxury vehicle in Korea.
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