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The electric drive module integrates the next-generation independent motor-generator and power electronics into a single system to realize synergy benefits.
The new power electronics have been meticulously engineered to be linked to the electric motor. The module serves as an electric powertrain in (plug-in) hybrid and electric vehicles.
There are three sections in the Drive module. The battery is housed in the center part, which is firmly encircled by strong aluminum profiles. In the case of a front- or rear-end collision, the two crash-active structures in the front and rear ends serve as the crumple zone.
The parts of the electric drive unit and several suspension components are also located in the Drive module. Since the electric motor, gear assembly, power electronics, and axles are all skillfully incorporated into a tiny area, the electric drive system is far more compact overall than a comparable combustion engine.
The Europe EV Drive Module 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.
The demand for flexible electrification components that can adapt to various vehicle designs is rising along with the move toward electric propulsion.
BorgWarner has positioned itself to accelerate its growth in electrification products and drivetrain solutions by steadily strengthening the portfolio via the development of cutting-edge technologies and acquisitions that add to the company’s expertise.
For instance, the most recent version of BorgWarner’s integrated Drive Module (iDM) is simple to install, test, and correlate, and it helps automakers create effective hybrid and electric cars.
It integrates power electronics, an electric motor, and mechanical components into a single eAxle unit based on a common design, allowing for the rapid development of primary and secondary propulsion applications and assisting manufacturers in meeting stringent sustainability requirements and emission regulations.
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