*Disclaimer: List of key companies in no particular order
Latest Company Updates:
October 2023- Drive systems company GKN Automotive has unveiled a new plug-and-play eDrive concept designed to meet the growing demand among niche electric vehicle players and EV conversion companies for modular electric drive technology. The new eCrate concept utilizes GKN Automotive's 20 years of eDrive experience to create a cost-effective modular electric drive system with optimal efficiency and performance and market-proven technology in an off-the-shelf format. With a choice of three systems, the first of which could be available by 2025, prospective customers can select the best solution for their required application from a 113kW 2-in-1 combination system (motor and transmission) or a fully integrated 3-in-1 system comprising an electric machine, transmission, and inverter, in a choice of 113kW or 185kW output. Targeted toward the growing number of niche and low-volume electric vehicle players, as well as the retro-conversion market, the concept aims to test market appetite for a new approach to eDrive sales. Suitable for various purposes, including small to large cars and light commercial vehicles in series production, the concept has the potential to help accelerate the transition to full electrification by empowering start-ups and established low-volume players.
October 2023- Daimler Truck subsidiary Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (Fuso) is exhibiting various products and services at the Japan Mobility Show from October 28 to November 5. The exhibition, the successor of the biennial Tokyo Motor Show, is hosted by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) at Tokyo Big Sight exhibition grounds. Fuso had the world premiere of its new Super Great truck, which joins the Daimler Truck heavy-duty truck family as a fully remodeled truck after its launch in 2017. The new Super Great is equipped with the 6R30 high-performance 12.8-litre engine, which is based on the OM471 engine and produced in the Daimler Truck plant in Mannheim, Germany.
Top listed global companies in the industry are:
- Robert Bosch AG (Germany)
- BorgWarner (U.S.)
- ZF Friedrichshafen (Germany)
- Magnetic Systems Technology (Magtec) (U.K.)
- ABM Greiffenberger (Germany)
- SMR (India),
- GKN PLC (U.K.)
- AVL List Gmbh (Austria)
- ACTIA Group (France)
- SIEMENS AG (Germany), and others.