Who Wins Out? Munro & Associates Report Analyzes 10 of Today's Leading EV Electric Motors
29 Apr, 2020, 11:35 ET
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., April 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Ever wonder how today's electric vehicle (EV) motors stack up against each other? Going beyond traditional product benchmarking, Munro & Associates Inc. has analyzed and compared 10 leading EV motors and developed a comprehensive side-by-side comparison in its latest report, which is available here.
Designed to help automakers and suppliers to effectively expand and compete in new EV markets, the 437-page report features detailed analyses and comparisons of the Tesla Model 3 front and rear motors; BMW i3; Chevrolet Bolt; Jaguar I-PACE; Nissan Leaf; Audi e-tron front and rear motors; Chevrolet Volt; and Toyota Prius.
Munro has redefined product benchmarking by incorporating its Lean Design®, Quality Report Card®, manufacturing, ergonomic, best-of-best studies and predictive costing into the benchmarking process for the report, which includes:
- Side-by-side motor comparison for torque, power ratings, motor types, application, part count, cost and weight;
- A dedicated report for each motor that provides detailed dimensional data, including dimensions and weights, discreet part dimensions, gauss values of magnets; pole counts and magnet configurations;
- Complete technical cost analysis of each motor, including the stator, rotor, rotor shaft and resolver target wheel (excludes motor housings, gear train, controls); and
- An appendix with supplemental technical performance data and material chemical analysis.
For those interested in EV technology benchmarking information beyond motors, Munro is currently conducting a complete teardown and analysis of the new Tesla Model Y, the fully electric, mid-size SUV. For the first time, Munro is sharing a glimpse of the discovery process via daily videos available on www.MunroLive.com.
About Munro & Associates
Founded in 1988, Munro & Associates Inc. is a world-class engineering and manufacturing consulting firm based at a 47,000 sq. ft. headquarters and benchmarking center in Auburn Hills, Mich. With offices in Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia, the firm specializes in upfront, predictive methods to increase profitability by improving quality, reliability and value, while reducing total lifecycle costs.
Munro's unique Lean Design® methodology enables engineers to build accurate business cases for product design, and manufacturing process optimization. Using Munro's Design Profit® software, teams can create highly accurate predictive models that analyze quality, manufacturability, weight and cost reduction, labor and sustainability metrics. For more information, visit www.leandesign.com.
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