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Engine + Powertrain Technology International

September 2021

The September 2021 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

GENTLE GIANT : As Bentley transitions from the big W12s of recent times to an all-electric future, its director of powertrain engineering, Stefan Fischer, outlines the OEM’s development plans.

IMAGE BOOST : A brand-new turbocharged V6 kick-starts the return of Acura’s Type S performance brand. Craig Brazeau, powertrain development leader for the Acura TLX gives ETi the full development story for 360ps six-cylinder.

ADDING VALUE : The role played by 3D printing in powertrain design and production has grown significantly in recent times. How far can the technology go? Specialists from GM, BMW, FEV and more discuss the future for additive manufacturing.

PACK LEADER : As the industry electrifies, increasing demands for performance, safety and cost-efficiency are putting an unprecedented focus on battery testing, and processes are evolving quickly.

 

 


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Sam joined the UKi Media & Events automotive team in 2017. Having started out as assistant editor for a number of titles including Engine + Powertrain Technology International, Automotive Testing Technology International and Professional Motorsport World, he was appointed editor of E+PTI in 2020. Sam produces content for both the magazine and website.

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