If you want to know what the latest technology is in cars (and what engineer doesn't!), be sure to read the October 5, 1998 edition of Design News. It's our annual automotive issue, and like its predecessors, it's bound to be the best-read issue of the year. Here are some of the topics you'll find:
- Highlights of the newest technology to debut in the 1999 cars from the U.S., Europe, and Asia, complete with drawings and photos.
- The results of the exclusive Design News reader survey on automotive technology.
- A special report on the status of engineering efforts to develop battery technology to power an all-electric car. How soon will we see that battery? What are the most important engineering problems to overcome? What strategies are overcoming them? And, what are the most important lessons for engineers--and the driving public--from this quest for the ultimate battery? You'll read details never published anywhere before.
Of course, there's much more. The entire issue will be packed with stories on the application of materials, CAD, fastening, electronics, and other technologies in cars.
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