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Automotive Engineering: January 2019

  • Magazine Issue
  • 19AUTP01
Published January 08, 2019 by SAE International in United States
  • English

  • Pickup shocker
    With the R1T, Rivian emerges as the startup most likely to build the electric vehicle all of America will want to own.
  • Plastics spur tech innovations
    The SPE Innovation Awards recognize vehicle OEMs and their supply chains for novel material developments and applications.
  • A lesson in Multiphysics
    OEM engineers reveal how new software from Comsol improved their modeling and analysis of EV battery performance and audio-system sound quality.
  • Heat pumps-expensive but worth it?
    They add 50% to the cost of the Jaguar I-Pace climate-control system, but improved designs are indicating the cost can be recovered-whether for a Jag or an electric school bus.
  • Editorial
    Rivian out-innovates the Detroit 3
  • SAE Standards News
    SAE updates J3016 automated-driving graphic
  • Supplier Eye
    Suppliers shift focus to rising costs
  • The Navigator
    The not-so-hidden cost of "free"
  • What We're Driving
  • BP's Nexcel sealed-cell oil system an alternative for controlling GHG emissions
  • BorgWarner demos next-step electrification components
  • Ford Advanced Manufacturing Center investment to speed production innovations
  • JLR uses predictive technology to reduce motion-sickness risk
  • Jeep's Gladiator takes up arms in midsize-pickup battle
  • Porsche reveals eighth-generation of fabled 911
  • Ford engineers a tech barrage with 2020 Lincoln Aviator
  • Palisade SUV new Hyundai flagship
  • Hyundai Nexo out-spaces Toyota and Honda FCVs
  • Q&A
    AAM's Jeffrey Nichols discusses drive axle innovations