Active aerodynamics may be the next evolution of fuel-efficiency

An example of Magna's Actero Active Aerodynamic Systems. Actuators increase or decrease aerodynamic drag to suit conditions.

By Mike Davey Aurora, Ontario — September 20, 2016 — Fuel-efficiency is of primary concern to auto manufacturers as they strive to hit targets laid out by national governments. These efforts invariably impact the repair process in some way, especially as much of what we’ve seen in recent years focuses on the materials used in […]