Read the December 2021 issue of VDI


The December 2021 issue of Vehicle Dynamics International magazine is now available online! The issue is packed full of dynamics developments, interviews and the latest technologies, including:

The 2022MY Range Rover

The Range Rover has always been a tricky engineering prospect, blending the highest levels of luxury with true off-road ability, without compromising either attribute. Could technological advances in the 2022 model make it the most rounded version yet?

NVH tuning

EVs may be quiet, but they have not simplified the task of NVH refinement. The increasing shift to electric power has resulted in a new direction for  NVH engineering, with development having to address the enhancement  of noise, alongside its suppression

Simulation technology

The latest simulation technologies are bringing lab conditions even closer to the real-world driving experience, bringing safety, time and green benefits

The 2021 Vehicle Dynamics International Awards

25 fantastic finalists competed across the five categories in the 2021 awards, making for tough decisions from the 22 judges. Find out which innovations, vehicles and teams impressed the most

Looking back: The 2005 Range Rover Sport

The Range Rover Sport opened a new market for Land Rover, pitched by the MD as a “less frenetic, more refined alternative to existing performance SUVs”

Opinion: Basilio Lenzo

Dynamics expert, Basilio Lenzo, discusses how new approaches to torque demand can bring benefits for handling and efficiency

Product & service profiles

Find out about the latest products, technologies and services to benefit the vehicle dynamics sector. We bring you the latest developments from:

Danisi Engineering





Horiba MIRA



GeneSys Elektronik





You can read the issue online HERE.

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Adam divides his time as an editor between the worlds of aviation and motoring. These worlds may seem a little diverse today, but autonomous technology and future urban mobility is bringing them ever-closer. Adam is also chairman of the Vehicle Dynamics International Awards.

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