Future Powertrains Industry Report 2016-2036 - Trends, Technologies & Opportunities - Research and Markets

Apr 22, 2016, 15:06 ET from Research and Markets

DUBLIN, April 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Future Powertrains 2016-2036 - Land Vehicle Powertrain Design, Component Trends, Markets, 48V MH, Strong Hybrid, Pure Electric, EIV" report to their offering.

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Pure electric vehicles are typically seen as the end game in contactlessly charged form but, beyond that, we show the many energy independent forms appearing, some already on sale. We show how shaped components can evolve further into structural electronics and variants of the supercapacitor can compete with or enhance batteries. We benchmark what is happening in the air and on water but the focus is land vehicles on and off-road. The future is very different from that commonly portrayed and much more exciting.

Powertrain electrification priorities of some automotive companies beyond traditional ICE for the next ten years Source: Original tables and infographics pull together the analysis with latest presentations from leading vehicle and system manufacturers and developers in three continents. the analysts has travelled intensively to the facilities and events on the subject.

Powertrains of land vehicles are changing out of recognition. Conventional internal combustion engine powertrains are being economically reinvented as 48V mild hybrids with engines downsized up to 70% and three pure electric modes. They will be able to meet even the 2030 emissions regulations after all.

Strong hybrid powertrains are proving very popular in the newer form of plug-in versions with long pure electric range, the old types being dead-ended other than in niche applications. Even pure electric vehicles are being reinvented with a new end game of energy independent vehicles relying on only sunshine and other ambient energy.

Report Structure:

1. Executive Summary and Conclusions

2. Introduction

3. Types of Powertrain

4. Mild Hybrid 48V: New Life for the Traditional Ice

5. Strong Hybrid Electric Powertrains

6. Pure Electric Vehicle PEV

7. Some Key EV Powertrain Devices of General Use

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