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The worldwide integrated drive module market for electric cars is anticipated to grow as the trend toward vehicle electrification intensifies (EVs).
The demand for integrated drive modules for electric vehicles is being fueled by an increase in the integration of automotive electronic hardware, the incorporation of several safety systems, such as ADAS, driver drowsiness monitoring systems, and vehicle crash warning systems, as well as an increase in the adoption of electric vehicles worldwide (EVs).
The Integrated Drive Module facilitates the integration of many electric components into the vehicle on a single platform, allowing manufacturers to cut costs associated with the car’s production process by avoiding the need for additional vehicle components and pricey connecting cables.
According to estimates, this will increase demand for EV integrated drive modules globally.
The South Korea 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.
Eaton’s Vehicle Group begins designing, developing, and producing e-drive gearing for electric vehicles. Eaton, a business that manages power, has now revealed that its Vehicle Group is creating gearing solutions for electric cars (EVs).
The Vehicle Group intends to be a pioneer in the design, development, and delivery of EV reduction gearing by using its experience in manufacturing gearboxes and contract built gear-sets for passenger and commercial vehicles.
In the market for electrified car powertrains, the new technology enhances Eaton’s eMobility power electronics offering.
Automobile manufacturers must optimize efficiency, weight, noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH), as well as work within packaging restrictions, while creating an electric car.
By utilizing its many years of knowledge and internal capacity in the design, validation, and production of high-precision, high-quality gearing systems for gearboxes and powertrains, Eaton can assist manufacturers in overcoming these obstacles.
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