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Engines: the end of the road?
Combustion engine must adapt to meet the changing demands... more.
Q&A: Hiroyuki Matsumoto
Mazda Europe's R&D chief on active steering systems, composite materials and homogeneous ch... more.
Audi A7 Sportback
Comfort of a sedan with the practicality of an estate car... more.
Q&A: Dr Gerd Schuster
New Mini vehicle variants will appear alongside the introduction of new materials, more safety syste... more.
Electronics: Data transfer
Ever-growing data requirements are putting a strain on current bus systems. Ethernet could solve the... 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.
Rinspeed’s founder discusses his Geneva concept... more.
Q&A: Nick Rogers
The Range Rover vehicle line director explains how the aluminium SUV took shape... more.
Paul Eastman runs the Mini's World Rally Championship team
A career in stages... more.
Alfred Büchi the inventor of the turbocharger
Turbocharging technology made the combustion engine more reliable and efficient, but the first syste... more.
Magna Powertrain’s head of global products Walter Sackl
How future powertrain development will affect all-wheel drive technologies and why China is the larg... more.
Q&A: Dr Roland Ernst
Ford Ecoboost chief engineer talks about the downsized three-cylinder gasoline engine... more.
Q&A: Peter Haug
Honeywell's head of commercial vehicle product line says 'transient performance is key for... more.
Bentley's acoustics and aerodynamics chief Aaron Hankinson
The challenge of making vehicles worth €320,00 pitch-perfect... more.