An electronic limited slip differential has been developed by Eaton Corp. (eaton.com) to provide instant traction and stability for front- and rear-wheel drive vehicles in slippery road conditions. ArticlePublished: 2/10/2011
Hyundai's product onslaught continues with a new compact that's bigger, more stylish and more efficient than its predecessor. And its development cycle is faster than the competition. ArticlePublished: 2/10/2011
Hyundai enters the American market with a new parallel hybrid system that uses lithium-polymer batteries and the same six-speed automatic found in non-hybrid versions of the 2011 Sonata.
“Engine downsizing has long been known as one of the most effective available technologies for increasing efficiency,” according to Mark Stephenson, chief engineer, predictive analysis, MAHLE Powertrain. While a number of vehicle manufacturers are o... ArticlePublished: 7/1/2010