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Ford's C-car chief Gunnar Herrmann
Global engineering, regional differences and why this Focus will be the best yet... more.
Focus: One stage at a time
Low-friction bearings and better integration with the engine are helping the variable geometry turbo... more.
Despite claiming a first for its autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection function, Vo... more.
Volvo's safety chief Lotta Jakobsson
Volvo’s ambition to cut fatal crashes to zero and maximise child safety is keeping busy the OEM’... more.
Electronics: A serious side to gaming
Processor technology developed for video games promises to give drivers clearer information and to i... more.
Greater than the sum of its parts
Spyker’s bespoke sportscars sell for hundreds of thousands of euros. Sourcing high-quality, low-vo... more.
Heavyweight carbon cuts
Increasing injection pressures and improving turbochargers will help Bosch to reduce carbon emission... more.
BMW’s new environmental test centre is shortening development times... more.
Giants of the track
Unlike motor racing, truck racing is an area where research and technological developments are passe... more.
Audi’s most complex quattro system yet – all wheel-drive plus torque vectoring – is now in its... more.
Q&A: Dr Joachim Fetzer
Voltage, temperature and current flow are the most important areas of battery management systems, bu... more.
How Volvo will make next-generation vehicles safer, lighter and more efficient... more.
VW’s engineers needed to adapt the Race Touareg 3 to have a chance of winning the Dakar rally for ... more.
Paul Eastman runs the Mini's World Rally Championship team
A career in stages... more.