MAHLE Enhances E-Mobility Presence With New R&D Facility

Mobility Outlook Bureau
01 Nov 2023
04:33 PM
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The new R&D Testing Centre will enable MAHLE to expand its product development capabilities for electric powertrain customers in India

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MAHLE Electric Drives India (MEDI) has unveiled a cutting-edge Research and Development Testing Centre at its manufacturing facility in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. This state-of-the-art centre is set to significantly reinforce MAHLE's burgeoning footprint in the realm of e-mobility, aligning with India's growing enthusiasm for vehicle electrification.

The newly established R&D facility is strategically poised to lead the way in developing innovative products, cutting-edge technologies, and environmentally conscious solutions for vehicle electrification. Operating under stringent ISO standards for quality and IES standards for environmental protection, this initiative aligns seamlessly with the 'Make In India' initiative of the Indian government and dovetails neatly with MAHLE's overarching MAHLE 2030+ strategy, where electrification stands as a pivotal focus. As part of the global MAHLE R&D organization, this new facility will further bolster the company's commitment to sustainable mobility solutions.

With advanced technology and a highly skilled team of engineers, the technology group aims to deliver competitive products within accelerated development timelines.

Martin Wellhoeffer, Corporate Executive Vice President and General Manager, Mechatronics and Electronics, MAHLE, noted 'Our new Research and Development Testing Centre in Coimbatore is not only a major milestone for MAHLE Electric Drives India and the entire MAHLE electronic and mechatronics business unit but also a clear commitment to the Indian market for developing local competencies in product validation. By doing so, MAHLE aims to offer competitive products that meet local customer requirements and position itself as a robust development partner for Indian customers.'

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