A quick swipe with the thumb, a light wave with the hand, and the driver can accept an incoming call, activate the required driving mode or start their favorite song – gesture-based control is already known from the world of entertainment electronics and has been making inroads into vehicles for some time now. Further development of this new control system in the car is being driven by Continental.
Engineers for the new 10-speed automatic transmission available in the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 built on the experience of previous Hydra-Matic multispeed transmissions to push its performance, refinement and efficiency advantages to a new threshold.
The international technology company Continental has chosen the 37th Vienna Motor Symposium to present an innovative emissions control solution for downsized turbocharged gasoline engines.
As the roads prepare for the first generation of fully autonomous vehicles, DENSO has reinvented EPS with an all-new dual-design system .
Tenneco Inc. is supplying the newly-launched Renault Talisman D-segment sedan with its continuously variable semi-active suspension (CVSAe), part of the company’s Monroe® Intelligent Suspension portfolio of original equipment advanced technologies.