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Engine + Powertrain Technology International

March 2019

The March 2019 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

TECH INSIDER : SPINNING THE WHEEL – As Porsche prepares to launch the all-new 911 (992), ETi hitches an exclusive test and validation ride in the USA with powertrain director Matthias Hofstetter to uncover all the engine tech details.

TECH INSIDER : HAVING IT LARGE – Aston Martin and Cosworth have developed an all-new naturally aspirated 12-cylinder for the Valkyrie hypercar. Yes, you read that right: a brand-new V12 powerplant!

OEM INTERVIEW : MERCEDES-AMG – From straight-line brute to true track-focused performance in just over 50 years… Tobias Moers, CEO at Mercedes-AMG, is certain that the company’s next important step will be an ICE fused with next-gen hybrid tech.

EURO 7 : CARROT AND STICK – Director of Transport & Environment Greg Archer tells ETi what OEMs should be doing to reduce emissions as regulations get tighter.

 

 


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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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