26th November 1958. Front cover.
26th November 1958. Index to contents.
Note: This is a sub-section of the Automobile Engineer
- 455. Editorial - Lessons from the Show
1958 Motor Show
- 456. Engines - Trend towards increased power output continues, and a new engine with a hemispherical combustion chamber introduced - Aston Martin, BMW, BMC, Coventry Climax, DAF, Goggomobil, NSU, Rootes Group, Rover, Volvo, Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Bristol, Daimler, Jaguar, S. E. Opperman, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia
- 468. Carburation and Induction - Impregnated paper element air filters becoming popular and thermostatically controlled hot-spot valves falling out of favour
- 479. Transmissions - Further development of automatic and semi-automatic systems
- 485. Propeller Shafts and Final Drive Units - Progress confined mainly to improvements in respect of the manufacturing processes - Hardy Spicer
- 487. Rear Suspension - Live axle layouts continue to be the most popular form of rear suspension for use on quantity-produced saloons, and even for many sports and racing cars
- 489. Front Suspension - Several new systems introduced; a marked trend towards a reduction of the number of lubrication points - Dunlop Rubber Co
- 493. Steering - Power assistance introduced as standard equipment for two production models; further progress towards the elimination of the grease nipple
- 495. Brakes - Wider adoption of disc brakes for high-performance cars, and progress with booster equipment
- 498. Electrical Equipment and Heaters - Further advances in rationalization and standardization on both national and international scales
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