Industry Analyst -- Propulsion and Technology
Bob covers Propulsion & Technology: Engines, transmissions and drivetrains and related electrified systems such as electric vehicles, hybrids and fuel-cell vehicles.
Latest From Bob Gritzinger
The 1.3L turbo in the Chevrolet Trailblazer is powerful, responsive and efficient. And it’s only a 3-cyl.
Hyundai launches its Xcient hydrogen fuel-cell heavy-duty commercial truck, building on the South Korean automaker’s Nexo fuel-cell-powered light-duty CUV.
It’s possible one type of new vehicle with an internal-combustion engine will be sold in California once the ZEV mandate hits in 2035.
General Motors takes the next step toward developing a vertical production system for its electric vehicles; Ford breaks ground on F-150 BEV plant.
From supercar acceleration to otherworldly towing power, engineers are pushing electric powertrains to the limits to demonstrate the capabilities of the next generation of propulsion.
Automakers and suppliers are on the same page as it relates to projecting a higher market penetration of BEVs in coming years compared with other survey respondents.