Posted on: 04-27-2014 by: Romain Nicolas
The different driving cycles
ESP: Electronic Stability Program
MacPherson and Pseudo MacPherson suspension
The 2.3l EcoBoost engine of the new Ford Mustang
V-Motech solutions for meeting RDE regulations
Fuel filters optimization through 3D simulation
Eaton CO2 reduction technologies for Heavy-Duty diesels
Using STAR-CCM+ to understand detailed chemistry in combustion process
Do you have a source for that ?
At first glance it just looks like they’re applying a NeverWet-like coating. I mean, it’s great but it’s an extra coating anybody can decide to apply, and it’s only an evolution of the coatings that have been on the market for years.
This coating is a super-hydrophobic and oleophobic paint currently sold by UltraTech and not yet offered by Nissan as a standard feature despite the fact that they aim at considering it as an after-market option. The source is Nissan Europe.
It is indeed similar to NeverWet concept, but applied to a car body, which is maybe the technical challenge (dosing, large scale industrialization, spraying, …)
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