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CTI SYMPOSIA – The appropriate forum for the international exchange of experiences

Every year, the international transmission and drive community meets up at the International CTI SYMPOSIA  – automotive drivetrains, intelligent, electrified – in Germany, China and USA to discuss the best strategies and technologies for tomorrow’s car, busses and trucks. From efficiency, comfort or costs to electrification, energy storage and connectivity, these premier industry meetings cover all the key issues in depth.

The CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO is a professional platform with unique cross-sector networking opportunities. 250 exhibitors show their products and developments. Come and experience the latest technology updates in the transmission, hybrid and electric drives industry.



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Publishing Date: 22nd March 2019 - Comments: 0 bubble

Five years from now, which powertrain would you prefer to be driving? – Did you know? #4

This graph displays the results of a survey regarding powertrain preference among Generation Y respondents in the United States. Of those surveyed, seven percent would prefer to be driving a battery-powered electric vehicle. Traditional gasoline engines still seem to be in demand.

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eKontrol’s Highly Integrated Oil Cooled e-Drive System for Commercial Vehicle

Abstract Accompany with the increasing severe global oil shortage and air pollution, new energy vehicles are receiving more and more attention. Currently China has become the world’s largest market of new energy vehicles.

Publishing Date: 21st March 2019 - Comments: 0 bubble

Polestar- Pure, Progressive Performance. Fully electric – from €40,000.

“No new car should have a combustion engine,” Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath stated in an interview with the magazine Edison.

Publishing Date: 20th March 2019 - Comments: 0 bubble

Typical manufacturing costs of a battery electric vehicle – Did you know? #3

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.



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