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CTI SYMPOSIA – The appropriate forum for the international exchange of experiences
Since 2012 CTI organises its famous CTI SYMPOSIUM CHINA. The three day event provides an update on latest automotive transmission and drive engineering for passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
The international industry event delivers the appropriate platform to find new partners for purchase and sales of whole systems and components.
Automobile manufacturers, transmission and component companies give an overview and outlook on technical and market trends.
- 630 delegates
- Representatives from 20 countries
- 60 exhibitors
Updates about the Symposium & Expo
Impressions from the 7th CTI SYMPOSIUM CHINA – ‘Automotive Drivetrains, Intelligent and Electrified’
19 – 20 September 2018 – Shanghai, China
China´s Growing Expertise
China is growing its domestic development competence in electrification, and at the same time opening up to external competitors. This year’s CTI SYMPOSIUM CHINA featured even more electrification-related topics – and even more internationalization.
When it comes to the technologies of tomorrow, the world eagerly looks to California. China could soon take the same role in the field of electromobility.
Until recently, most automobiles held few surprises in store under the bonnet. Conventional drives with a combustion engine were still the norm – but not any more.
Stricter CO2 targets are setting the pace
The next few years could see dozens of different drive train architectures competing with each other. The key driver is the need to meet ever-stricter CO2 ceilings by electrifying drivetrains everywhere – from small cars to premium SUVs.Continue reading
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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.
Introduction Today electric drives find their application in almost all parts of mobility, transport and utility. In case of passenger cars, the main reason to develop EVs is to comply with NEV mandate targets or CO2 standards.
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.