AWKnowledge spoke recently with Continental to assess the company’s progress with its integrated starter-alternator device (ISAD). ISAD is mounted on the engine’s crankshaft, mounted between the engine and the vehicle transmission to allow partial hybrid operation of the vehicle.
According to Andreas Meurer, head of communications at Continental in …
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