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Autonomous vehicles can take more punishment for longer
Integration increases functionality
Advanced aftertreatment technologies enable SULEV 30 compliance
Network uses fewer nodes and less memory
Synthetic methane delivers highest savings
Intelligent vehicles will improve safety but technology must improve and laws must be changed
Volvo's R&D chief explains why he's backing plug-in hybrids and how the firm will improve lithium-ion battery technology
As vehicle connectivity grows, OEMs need to make sure infotainment systems are better protected from hackers
Engineers are upgrading safety and infotainment functions with the help of consumer electronics technologies. And at the heart of developments are graphic-processing units
BMW's board member for production and former head of Mini details some of the big plans the firm has for small cars
Electric vehicles could be a solution but keynote speakers at the Vienna Motor Symposium were pragm... more.
Arthur Krebs brought the steering wheel into general use on cars
The highly inventive engineer made his mark on the early industry in many ways... more.
TRW's director for global R&D, Dr Alois Seewald
Growing importance of safety systems and integration... more.
Infotainment: Seeing is beleiving
The 3D head-up displays BMW is developing look great but will only reach production if they reduce w... more.
Alfred Büchi the inventor of the turbocharger
Turbocharging technology made the combustion engine more reliable and efficient, but the first syste... more.
Developing the largest Mini ever has been controversial, but it’s what the market demands... more.
Tomohiko Kawanabe, Honda's head of R&D
Fuel-cell powertrains, how hybrid and battery technology is developing, and what improvements need t... 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.
Testing and CAE: Powertrain developments
Boosting expertise in simulation and electrification will help to make powertrain development firms ... more.
Q&A: Gabriele Mussa
Graziano's test department chief describes how his team goes to extremes to prove-out the firm&... more.
Q&A: Dr Roland Ernst
Ford Ecoboost chief engineer talks about the downsized three-cylinder gasoline engine... more.
Body-in-white: Back in black
McLaren Automotive will use carbon composites to make its sportscars and believes that improvements ... more.
Mazda's chief designer, Yasushi Nakamuta
A lump of clay can be more useful than a digital model... more.
Q&A: Tim Strafford
McLaren Electronic Systems’ business development manager on how the company makes E/E architec... more.