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Camry's mid-cycle "refresh" more than just front and rear panels

The body of the U.S. market's best-selling sedan is almost all-new, with atypically aggressive front treatment. Toyota expects the car, which comes to market as 2015 model in the Fall, to carry a Top Safety Pick + rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, along with a NHTSA 5-star rating.

Cetim, Momentive develop composite crashbox concept

Researchers aim to develop a composite crashbox suitable for 1000 parts/day production at low cost and adapted to current mass-market vehicle design. Various matrixes, preform types, and manufacturing processes have been evaluated by axial and 15° off-axis crash tests. Solutions for short-term development are proposed, with 66% weight reduction compared to current steel parts, and an estimated price of less than €5 per saved kg.

Global EDI system designed for ERP

Infor Automotive Exchange from Infor is an electronic data interchange (EDI) and release accounting system designed specifically for automotive tier suppliers.

EPA uses ANSYS technology for reduced-emission test engine

In development of an advanced test engine to demonstrate fuel-saving and emissions-reducing technologies, the EPA is using ANSYS FORTÉ CFD software, giving its engineers the ability to quickly and inexpensively make multiple design iterations.

Competition winners react to attaining coveted F1 engineering roles

Eric LaRoche, a recent graduate of the University of Maryland from Hamilton Square, NJ; and Jason Zide, a senior at USC from Laguna Beach, CA, along with William Priest from Chesham, Buckinghamshire, U.K., were selected as winners of the Infiniti Performance Engineering Academy, earning a year work placement with four-time Formula One World Champions Infiniti Red Bull Racing.

In-dash multimedia and navigation system

Clarion Corp. of America’s NX604 Double DIN cloud-connected in-dash multimedia and navigation system is the latest in Clarion’s advanced line-up of cloud-connected systems.