Book offers engineering trends of 2014 concept cars, 2015 new passenger cars

  • 09-Jan-2015 11:49 EST
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SAE International’s "2015 Passenger Car and 2014 Concept Car Yearbook" provides snapshots of the latest and greatest technologies introduced by the automotive industry in 2014 concept cars and 2015 new passenger cars. The new book features articles from the pages of SAE International’s Automotive Engineering magazine. Readers will have, in one publication, a complete overview of the key advances that took place over the course of the year from around the world. According to SAE International, each new model is profiled in its own chapter and features novel engineering aspects of the vehicle, with exclusive interviews of key engineers and product developers. The 178-page "2015 Passenger Car and 2014 Concept Car Yearbook" is published for the most technically minded enthusiasts who are interested in new car technologies, as well as practicing automotive engineers who are interested in new engineering trends.

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