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As opposed to rigid shafts, cables can transport power across a vehicle instead of using a typical drive, giving the vehicle’s layout more flexibility and enabling plug-and-play high degrees of modularity.
The military vehicle’s mass is decreased and power density is provided by small, permanent magnet electric motors. Some military-grade electric disposable vehicles use primary (single use) traction batteries. For covert bomb disposal robots, for instance, that would be a good strategy.
The China Military Electric Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Chinese automaker Dongfeng, based in Wuhan, reverse-engineered the original AM General Humvee to produce military and civilian models that are very similar to the original.
The state-run corporation is apparently looking to convert the 4-litre, 200-horsepower Cummins diesel engine that powers the Dongfeng Warrior M50 into an electric vehicle.
The body-on-frame off-roader will be outfitted by Dongfeng with electric motors producing 800 kW and a 140 kWh battery pack, which should give the vehicle a maximum range of 500 km.
The vehicle will reportedly be lighter than the diesel-burning variant and able to accelerate to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds.It will be put together in a brand-new factory that is presently being built and was created especially to make more durable automobiles. This factory will even have its own off-road test track and proving grounds.
Furthermore, it is highly doubtful that this vehicle will be sold outside of China, especially given the strong demand for the diesel model in the domestic market, which bodes well for the EV’s prospects of success.
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