Laundry and personal care products-to-reactive polyurethane systems company, Henkel A.G. and automotive composites firm Benteler S.G.L. are supplying polyurethane composite leaf springs to the Volvo S90 and V90 following their introduction on the XC90 crossover SUV.
BorgWarner has developed specialized variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers for a broad range of gasoline-powered vehicles.
Ford Motor Company is testing 3D printing of large-scale car parts using the Stratasys Infinite Build 3D printer
DENSO has launched a brand new range of Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensors with 11 Part Numbers available to order since January.
Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology can allow cars to share information about traffic, driving conditions, accidents and other safety data that could potentially save lives and streamline traffic flows. In conjunction with vehicle features like advanced driver assistance solutions, sensors, smart braking and other systems, V2V could help reduce crashes.
A team of Renault Trucks engineers and designers is working on an additive manufacturing process – metal 3D printing – that is set to boost the performance of engines. Technology of the future is fast becoming a reality, as can be seen from the complex parts that have already been successfully tested inside a Euro 6 engine.
INRIX, Inc., a world provider of connected car services and transportation analytics, today announced the integration of Amazon Alexa, the intelligent cloud based voice service, into the OpenCar platform for connected vehicles.