Engineering Explained

How the Dodge Demon Gets the Perfect Drag Launch

The Demon has two systems, the Transbrake and Torque Reserve, which work together to make the car unbelievable in a straight line.

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How a Variable-Length Intake Manifold Works
Ferrari's variable-length intake manifold technology works so well, …
Why You Shouldn't Warm Up Your Car
It takes longer, wastes fuel, and actually increases the wear and te…
The Secret Behind Mercedes' Magically Plush Ride
Engineering Explained is here to unwrap why a modern Mercedes like t…
How to Fix One of the Honda S2000's Most Common Problems

Hondas might be the most reliable cars on the planet, but they still need maintenance from time to time.

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An S2000's VTEC Just Kicked In For Engineering Explained

Here's what makes an engineering geek buy a 14-years-old Honda cabrio.

What Exactly Is an Air Suspension, and How Does It Work?

Everything you need to know about the inner workings of an air suspension.