Author Greg Offer, E&H columnist

Enough's enough?

Enough’s enough?

As the automotive industry continues to turn to electrification, how much longer should OEMs continue to improve the IC engine ponders Greg Offer…

Tight future for the fanbelt?

Tight future for the fanbelt?

Has time been called on the humble fanbelt? As 48v systems and ISGs begin to increase in popularity, Michael Taylor seems to think that maybe it has…

Marketing, done correctly

Marketing, done correctly

Do you have to have owned one Alfa Romeo to be considered a ‘car guy’? Graham Johnson ponders that if that is the case, then why has its range been so poor for so long? 

A convenient distraction

Shouting louder than others isn’t quite the way to get your point across, particularly if you’re already on the back foot as a manufacturer

Double threat

Actor, writer and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International columnist Robert Lewellyn looks back at two recent test drives that have caught his attention

Test driving the past

Engine Technology International journalist Sam Burnett thinks about the exciting opportunity of the next generation of vehicles

Talking turbos

Engine Technology International columnist Michael Taylor explains why it’s hard for him to single out the best turbocharged engines

Evolutionary process

Jog Lall, sales and marketing director at Eminox, looks at the implications of the soon to be introduced Stage V emission standards for diesel engines used in new non-road vehicles and equipment.

Refined thinking

Advances in grain refinement of aluminum alloys could make the engine development process even faster, says Tom Greenwood, research manager at Grainger & Worrall, the high-precision casting technology business