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Gasoline: A tight squeeze
Mazda isn’t boosting its gasoline engines to raise efficiency – it’s raising compression ratio... more.
Audi A8 L
The limousine gives rear passengers comfort without sacrificing driveability... more.
Q&A: Håkan Abrahamsson
Volvo's C-car vehicle line director on how the V40 premium compact was developed to take on Aud... more.
Web extra: Joined-up thinking
Intelligent integration of electronic systems will make cars lighter, safer and cheaper, but OEMs an... more.
Racing on a budget
Changes to the World Rally Championship are making it more competitive and more relevant. Turbos and... more.
Q&A: Dr Christian Wiehen
Wabco’s chief technology officer on improving aerodynamics on commercial vehicles and developi... more.
Alfred Büchi the inventor of the turbocharger
Turbocharging technology made the combustion engine more reliable and efficient, but the first syste... more.
Testing and CAE: Powertrain developments
Boosting expertise in simulation and electrification will help to make powertrain development firms ... 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.
Electronic limited slip differential
Automotive Engineer explains in detail... more.
Q&A: Dr Roland Ernst
Ford Ecoboost chief engineer talks about the downsized three-cylinder gasoline engine... more.
Adolphe Kégresse developed the dual-clutch transmission
Changing gear in early cars required careful throttle control and good timing... more.
The shape of things to come
JLR, BMW, Fiat and Fraunhofer experts on the optimum blend of steel, aluminium and composites... more.