The 48V mild hybrid represents a cost-effective solution that is easy to install and could unlock immediate on-road emission savings. But is it enough to ensure automakers meet increasingly stringent standards? Automotive World’s latest special report explores the various applications currently on the market, how they differ across vehicle segments, and their potential longevity alongside developments in pure battery electric and fuel cell technology.
In this report:
- Executive summary
- Mild hybrids—a multi-billion euro growth opportunity alongside e-mobility?
- Automakers take 48V powertrains to the mass market
- For CVs the mild hybrid is a quick fix, but nothing more
- The mild hybrid: a key tech already living on borrowed time?
- Within the 48V segment, Tier 1s have moved into powerful positions
- 48V likely to become the new standard for mass-market cars
- 48V’s role in the future of emissions reduction is limited
‘Special report: Where does 48V technology plug in to the future of mobility?’ presents insight from:
Transport & Environment
- Vitesco Technologies
- SEG Automotive