Electronics and fuel efficiency lead growth of 48-volt technology

Owners will notice little difference when cars using 48-volt battery systems arrive on the market in 2015. The extra voltage will work invisibly to recover more energy from braking than a 12-volt system can handle, thus improving fuel efficiency, and fuel efficiency is not always a selling point for something that It’s time to log … Continued

Owners will notice little difference when cars using 48-volt battery systems arrive on the market in 2015.

The extra voltage will work invisibly to recover more energy from braking than a 12-volt system can handle, thus improving fuel efficiency, and fuel efficiency is not always a selling point for something that

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