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An electric motor serves as the primary component of an electric vehicle (EV), which takes the place of internal combustion engines.
Different types of electric motors can now be employed in electric vehicles thanks to the quickly evolving fields of power electronics and control systems.
High starting torque, high power density, good efficiency, etc., are desirable qualities in electric motors used in automotive applications.
The manufacturing sector of Malaysia is significantly made up of the auto industry.
Both in terms of production and usage, Malaysia’s EV ecosystem is substantially less developed than that of the larger automotive sector.
However, the government is making EV promotion a higher priority, particularly in light of its commitment to becoming carbon neutral.
High expenses and a lackluster supporting infrastructure are obstacles to the growth of Malaysia’s EV ecosystem.
Even though Malaysia’s EV business is still in its infancy, it is in a good position to grow. Input industries for EV manufacture, like the fabrication of semiconductors and copper wire, are also strong in Malaysia.
Other businesses might imitate Malaysia’s move, turning it into a pioneer in Southeast Asia’s EV adoption as investments in the country’s EV industry pick up steam and the government continues to provide favourable incentives.
The Malaysia EV Traction Motor 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.
Volvo Car Malaysia, a Swedish carmaker, has revealed an electrification strategy to create its first assembled electric vehicle (EV).
At its production facility, the company intends to produce electric vehicles (EVs) that are completely taken down (CKD).
The first automaker in Malaysia to provide a full line of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) vehicles is Volvo Car Malaysia.
During the occasion, the carmaker unveiled the XC40 Recharge Pure Electric vehicle.
By assembling the XC40 Recharge Pure Electric model locally and exporting it to the ASEAN market, Volvo Car Malaysia will be making its first attempt at electrification in the nation and intends to keep taking the lead in the early automotive electrification project.
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