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Latin American nations differ greatly in their regulatory structures and market dynamics, and as a result, each one is at a different stage of adopting technology for electrifying mobility.
Others already recognise the potential for producing electric and hybrid vehicles, batteries, new technologies, alternative fuels, and expanded charging infrastructure. While some are only interested in importing vehicles, from entry-level to luxury models, others are already focusing on this market.
IDM (Integrated Drive Module), which is based on a common architecture, combines power electronics, an electric motor, and mechanical parts into a single eAxle unit, allowing for the quick development of primary and secondary propulsion applications and assisting manufacturers in adhering to stringent sustainability requirements and emissions regulations.
The Latin America 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 Hyundai Motor Group will use the integrated drive module (iDM) from BorgWarner, which includes the electric motor, transmission, and integrated power electronics.
The highest output of the iDM146, which runs on 400 volts, is 135 kW. The BorgWarner and previous Delphi Technologies portfolios are combined for the first time in this offering.
By combining the 400V silicon inverter, the gearbox, and the 146 mm outer stator diameter motor into a single enclosure. The system now weighs less overall and takes up less room for installation. The iDM146’s scalable and modular inverter design makes it simple to modify to meet customer needs.
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