Editor's Notes Posts


A look at the arguments surrounding ethics and autonomous vehicles, ranging from how far technology has come, to safety issues and who should decide exactly how a highly automated car should behave in an emergency.
After living in Sweden for nearly 3 years and never attending the legendary Vallækratråffen, it took living in Germany to finally have the opportunity. The show, which takes place at Enoch Thulin’s Airport just to the southeast of Helsingb...
Coming from the U.S., the name 'Nýrburgring' holds an almost mythical quality to it as most of us have never been there. Anyone who is a car enthusiast and certainly fans of motorsport know of this legendary track. The Nordschleife has its own r...
A Disturbing Trend: Coal Rollers
Published: 2014-07-10
This morning, a colleague made me aware of a trend happening among owners of large pick-up trucks in the United States. The basic idea is that as a protest against the Obama administration's attempt at legislating via the Environmental Protectio...
Last month, an amendment to the Vienna
Automotive IQ is focused on technical developments within the automotive industry but many members of our staff also discuss cars outside of work and we imagine it's the same for most of our members. For a number of years, when I lived...
Exciting Results for SCR Technology
Published: 2013-05-23
Readers of our newsletter already know that last week I had the privilege of representing Automotive IQ at two of our related conferences: Selective Catalytic Reduction and Advanced Emission Control Concepts for Gasoline Engines
Recently, the New York Times’ Auto Section reported that the Chinese auto market is beginning to prefer larger cars. There is a certain logic behind this. An increasing number of Chinese are able to afford cars and it goes to foll...
Here's to the Dreamers
Published: 2013-04-12
Welcome to the first post in our weekly column From the Editor aimed at bringing our readers the week's news from the auto industry. Recently I posed a question to a group of materials experts if they agreed that steel...

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