The March 2023 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:
THE ROTARY IS BACK: Most thought the rotary engine concept long dead, but Mazda has developed an all-new engine for use in the range-extender version of its MX-30 EV. Richard Aucock investigates what drove its development.
H2 ICE: Hydrogen may or may not be the fuel of the future, though it is not just for fuel cells, as Wayne Ward finds out as he delves into the potential of hydrogen fueled ICE.
EURO 7 CHALLENGE: The EU’s latest emissions standards present a stiff development task for OEMs. Matt Grant takes a look at how the industry is responding.
BMW’s SMALL, BUT FLEXIBLE SUV: The X1 is the most compact of the Bavarian manufacturer’s SUV line-up, but that doesn’t mean it misses out on powertrain options.
MCLAREN ARTURA V6: The Artura is both McLaren’s first V6 engine and its first series production PHEV. Richard Gooding spoke to chief engineer on the project, Geoff Grose
FOCUS ON: FUEL CELLS: Richard Gooding surveys what is the state of the art in vehicle fuel cell development, and gauges how close the industry is to wider adoption of the technology.
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