Vitesco Technologies Showcases Electric Vehicle Innovations In Oslo

Mobility Outlook Bureau
15 Jun 2022
06:58 PM
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The company, for the first time, showcased a drive solution optimised for the higher ranges of electric cars in the future.


Vitesco Technologies, a manufacturer of advanced powertrain technologies and electrification solutions, presented innovations for vehicle electrification at the 35th International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) in Oslo.  

For the first time, the company showcased a drive solution optimised for the future higher ranges of electric cars. On display was also an externally excited synchronous electric machine (EESM), which does not require the use of rare-earth metals and is designed explicitly for high ranges, faster driving on highways.

Another highlight at the display was a vehicle that functions as a rolling test stand. The company claimed that the function of the inverter can be monitored in real-time. “From this ‘glass inverter,’ selected values such as current flows, efficiencies and losses are transmitted to the Vitesco Technology Cloud. Among other things, this eye-catcher shows the measurement technology know-how from the preceding development work on high-efficiency silicon carbide (SiC) inverters, with which Vitesco Technologies will go into series production starting in 2023,” read the company’s statement.

Battery management system, power electronics, thermal management solutions, high-voltage box and master controller, were some additional showcases at the EVS.

Thomas Stierle, Member of the Executive Board and Head of Electrification Technology and Electronic Controls business, Vitesco Technologies, said, “With our portfolio, we are clearly focusing on global, scalable platforms for electrified vehicles. This is where we see the growth, and this is also where the potential for sustainable and increasingly CO2-neutral mobility of the future lies.”

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