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Automotive Engineering: February 2019

  • Magazine Issue
  • 19AUTP02
Published February 01, 2019 by SAE International in United States
  • English

  • Inside e-tron
    Insights into the German approach to developing a premium-class EV.
  • CES 2019: Blueprint for future auto shows?
    Mobility technology of every stripe was showcased at this year's techfest in Vegas.
  • DATC spells progress for defense prototyping
    A public-private partnership between the U.S. Army's TARDEC and SAE International is making it easier for suppliers to engage the government on military ground-vehicle technology projects.
  • Dürr builds advanced paint shop for EV startup Byton
    Electric-vehicle hopeful Byton's advanced-manufacturing plan includes a suite of innovative new paint-process technologies from Dürr.
  • Editorial
    Sergio had it right
  • SAE Standards News
    New year, new committees and standards
  • Supplier Eye
    The urgency to adapt intensifies for suppliers
  • The Navigator
    Needed: a step beyond STEM
  • What We're Driving
  • Magna unveils configurable seating concept at CES 2019
  • ZF's current innovations build for EV, AV future
  • Ricardo reveals details of latest e-motor and eDCT
  • China's NIO making EV battery swapping work
  • Detroit auto show 2019: Next-gen Ford Explorer goes rear-drive
  • Detroit auto show 2019: Cadillac finally gets its 3-row crossover
  • Ford returns to midsize-pickup game with 2019 Ranger
  • 2019 Toyota RAV4: Doubling down on a best-seller
  • Q&A
    Stefan Juraschek, VP Electrification, BMW AG