Integrated e-axles to boost efficiency, cut cost in passenger car e-mobility

Experts from AVL explain how the right combination of e-machine, power electronics, cooling concept and EMC can improve efficiency, weight and size, as well as cost.

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The vehicle architectures for long-distance battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and for powerful plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) increasingly require highly integrated e-drive systems. These e-axles are the ideal way to meet future needs for high efficiency, robustness and simplified vehicle integration concepts.

Consequently, different domains of technologies and manufacturing skills have to share the same housing, jointly function in a harsh environment and need to be optimised in terms of weight, space and performance.

In this free 60-minute webinar, experts from AVL explain how the right combination of e-machine, power electronics, cooling concept and EMC can improve efficiency, weight and size, as well as cost.

Thomas Frey, Head of Product Line E-Drive / Innovation Management, and Frederik Haag, Head of Segment E-Mobility, AVL outline the challenges, and discuss the company’s approach to selecting and combining electrified components to fulfil end-customer e-mobility requirements.

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