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Military logistics stand to gain significantly from vehicle electrification, particularly if technology can be scaled up for larger vehicles like main battle tanks, trucks, or other large vehicles.
Military vehicle electrification will benefit operations while also addressing climate change and advancing the defence and technology industries. Both tethered and autonomous underwater electric vehicles are frequently employed for both civil and military purposes.
The military is expressing interest in fully-electric and hybrid vehicles for both its non-tactical and tactical vehicles because of both their operational benefits, which include the ability to move more quietly, and their environmental advantages.
The Germany 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.
Recently, a German company unveiled a prototype electric infantry battle vehicle. It might be the mobility of the future on the battlefield. One of the newest vehicles from the German company Flensburger Fahrzeugbau Gesellschaft was recently on display.
Their eight-wheeled, all-wheel-drive Genesis infantry fighting vehicle is just meant to serve as a technical demonstration and is not meant to go into full-scale mass manufacture. The Genesis’ hybrid-electric drivetrain has advantages.
The Genesis has remarkable off-road handling thanks to the eight individually steerable, accelerating, and braking lithium-ion battery-powered wheels.
Due to the use of optimum engine performance and energy recovery during braking, hybrid electric drive systems offer superior fuel economy than their mechanical counterparts.
Hybrid electric cars’ energy storage systems can power electric weapon stations such directed energy laser guns as well as silent watch operations.
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