This statistic represents the typical manufacturing costs of a battery electric vehicle (BEV) as of 2018, by type. Battery cells are expected to account for approximately 25 percent of the overall BEV cost.
This statistic represents the global passenger vehicle powertrain manufacturing market value in 2016 and 2030, with a breakdown by key region. The European passenger car powertrain market is expected to reach some 24.5 billion euros by 2030.
KATE R932, the first nine-speed planetary automatic transmission built specially without torque convertor, is making its world’s debut
in a new luxury passenger vehicles under the brand AURUS. Continue reading “Masterpiece 9-Speed KATE R932 Automatic Transmission Born for Brand New Luxury Vehicles”
There is not much on the horizon for sports cars and only a few names come to mind. BMW M8, Mercedes S63 AMG, Jaguar F-Type SVR are the high-performance models one can come across on a daily basis. Continue reading “The electric Piëch Mark Zero takes shape “
The American automobile manufacturer Fisker Automotive, otherwise known for its luxury cars, plans to launch an electric car for around 40.000 dollars in 2021. Continue reading “Fisker Automotive and their 40.000 dollar electric car for the mass market”
Electrification of conventional powertrains increases the number of possible variants and thus potential costs. However, end customers are not willing to accept these costs to fulfill legislation requirements. A modular and scalable electrification approach helps to create more flexibility and new customer value. Continue reading “Flexible Hybridisation with Added Customer Benefit”
The growing number of hybrid electric (HEV) and electric vehicles (EV) puts pressure on the market for conventional drivelines and introduces challenges but also opportunities for the automotive transmission market. Continue reading “Efficient Electrification with the Pushbelt CVT”
TU Munich scientists created the electric car “aCar” specifically for application in rural areas in Africa.
Five years ago, scientists at the TU Munich began building a car that is supposed to improve mobility in developing countries within the course of a research project, thus opening a new possibility of mobility especially for rural regions with bad infrastructure. Driven by two electric engines and a power of 8kW/ 11 HP, the car can reach a maximum speed of approximately 60 km/h.
Sono Motors is a startup based in Munich, Germany. With the Sion, the firm has developed the first mass-produced solar car, which charges its battery through solar power. Sono Motors wants to launch the Sion in 2019. We spoke with Julius Zimmer about this innovative E-car. Continue reading “”Solarcar for everyone“ – Interview with Julius Zimmer of Sono Motors”