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2017-01-11
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It's a VW Microbus for future generations, an electric van capable of fully autonomous driving. But at this point, it's only a concept.
2017-01-11
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An ultralight door architecture nets a 42.5% weight savings compared to a current production door, and that's enough to put this lightweight concept, developed via collaboration, in an enviable position.
2017-01-11
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Plenty has changed with Toyota's eighth-generation midsize sedan including new platform and powertrains that deliver a claimed 40% BTE.
2017-01-09
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Toyota's corporate flagship sedan ups the power and luxury quotient for its fifth-generation iteration with an all-new V6, a 10-speed automatic and available Shiatsu massage for front and rear seats.
2017-01-09
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GKN Driveline’s complete electric-drive system for plug-in hybrid vehicles will help automakers more easily incorporate eDrive systems into their vehicle lines and eliminates the integration of individual components from multiple suppliers.
2017-01-09
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Targeting high-efficiency designs and applications, Infineon Technologies’ OptiMOS 5 150V portfolio product family further expands the OptiMOS 5 generation of power MOSFETs.
2017-01-09
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CEO John Krafcik told the Automobili-D audience in Detroit that Waymo is building its own hardware suite with a fully top-to-bottom, full-stack approach. The classic auto industry vertical integration includes all vision sensors, radars and LiDAR, along with related “AI compute” artificial-intelligence platform.
2017-01-08
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Kia's racy 2018 Stinger is the brand's first rear-drive and AWD sedan.
2017-01-07
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Combined with standard stop-start, the first-ever diesel powered F-150 will be shooting for an EPA fuel economy rating that exceeds 30 mpg—the Holy Grail for full-size trucks—when it enters production later this year as a 2018 model.
2017-01-07
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Motion sickness in autonomous vehicles is the new "elephant in the room," with engineers suffering during autonomous-driving simulator runs. Researchers are working to solve this nasty issue.
2017-01-07
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Schaffler Group engineers stepped 'out of the box' to develop a new type of e-vehicle aimed at transporting people and goods within the crowded cities of the future
2017-01-07
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Vehicles are becoming more closely linked to consumer electronics. Robert Bosch is hoping to leverage its leadership in vehicle and home electronics as mobility and the Internet of Things collide.
2017-01-06
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Using a startup company's "optical microphone" to augment conventional speech recognition, Honda intends to improve the efficacy of speech-recognition technology.
2017-01-05
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Ford Motor Company plans to introduce hybrid versions of its iconic F-150 and Mustang in the U.S. by 2020, the company announced at a press conference at its Flat Rock, MI, Assembly Plant on January 3.
2017-01-04
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One of the fastest growing and most important car-industry shows starts this week in Las Vegas and it doesn't even have the word 'automotive' in its title.
2017-01-04
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After teasing the media and consumers with a racecar concept at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, for the 2017 CES Faraday Future has launched the real thing.
2017-01-03
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To downsize or not to downsize engines? That’s the question facing all OEMs. In an initial move to be more environmentally responsible, for many downsizing seemed to be thoroughly sensible. But is it? Executives have their say.
2017-01-03
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DynPro₂ from Taylor Dynamometer is a data acquisition and control system that provides one common platform for engine, vehicle and industrial component testing.
2017-01-03
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The 1000-V silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFET from Wolfspeed enables a reduction in overall system cost, while improving system efficiency and decreasing system size.
2017-01-03
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Piher Sensors & Controls’ hollow shaft PST-360 contactless Hall-effect magnetic sensor was designed as a reliable solution for maintaining accurate pedal position (brake, accelerator or throttle) in x-by-wire applications, which is particularly important for on-road/car racing and off-road vehicles that demand accuracy even in the face of extremely harsh conditions.
2017-01-03
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Development of advanced automotive technologies is increasingly being driven by suppliers, rather than OEMs. And megadeals worth at least $500 million that are behind a growing number of next-gen technologies may reach the highest level since before the Great Recession. That’s the view from Las Vegas, as the 2017 CES (formerly the Consumer Electronics Show) opens to over 160,000 attendees.
2016-12-23
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After years of promoting V2V communications, the NHTSA appears poised to mandate the safety technology. But there's industry concern about security issues and competition from 5G cellular links.
2016-12-15
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Electric-vehicle startup Lucid Motors unveils its proposed first production model, the Air luxury sedan, adding to the roster of companies seeking to loosen Tesla's grip on the luxury-electric market.
2016-12-14
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As automakers spend more on developing self-driving cars, they're also devoting attention on what to do with the data that those high-tech devices generate.
2016-12-13
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Torotrak demonstrates the potential of its new, CVT-controlled V-Charge pressure charger.
2016-12-11
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ZF’s invention of X2Safe shows how traditional mechanical-engineering companies are changing to meet demands of the digital world.
2016-12-07
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Should your smartphone switch into a kind of 'airplane mode'– shutting itself down when you start driving your car?
2016-12-06
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When new technologies sweep across an industry, suppliers inevitably face new risks and challenges. And so it is with vehicle electrification, connectivity and automated/autonomous driving systems—three interrelated trends that are already changing vehicle design, engineering and manufacturing.
2016-12-05
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A conversation with Kathy Winters, Intel's new General Manager of the Automated Driving Solutions Division, details the need for high-powered data-processing for ADAS and automated driving.
2016-12-05
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SAE International is working with the joint-venture initiative looking to deploy a high-powered DC fast-charging network for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) covering long-distance travel routes in Europe.
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