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Taiwan has played a minor part in the worldwide supply chain for cars powered by internal combustion engines. However, it has recently began significantly growing its presence in the electric vehicle (EV) sector.
Major automobile makers see the island’s expertise in electronics and mechatronics contract manufacturing as just what they need to survive the current critical phase of transition from gasoline-fueled to electric vehicles. A global shift toward electric vehicles has prompted a number of Taiwanese start-ups and traditional electronics manufacturers to look for new market prospects.
Due to the obvious global shift toward electric vehicles and computer-assisted driving, future cars will rely far more on electronic devices and components than their gasoline-powered predecessors, and many traditional auto components will be replaced by a variety of novel parts and materials.
Given that carmakers can no longer handle this change, more creative EV-oriented software solutions will be required to support this revolution.
Stellantis is a leading mobiliser of the various explorer oriented electric vehicle manufacturer requirements in the market. The Stellantis’ factories in Gliwice, Poland, and Atessa, Italy, will produce the new vehicle.
The next large scale commercial van, scheduled for release in mid-2024, will be TME’s first foray into the large scale commercial vehicle category. Under the existing relationship, the new large-size van completes Toyota’s compact and mid-size van lineup and strengthens Stellantis’ light commercial vehicle lineup.
GM has been one of the most advanced solution provider in the EV car requirements. BrightDrop was presented by GM in January in an attempt to capture a piece of the expanding electric delivery vehicle market in order to better compete with Ford Motor Co and other companies like Rivian Automotive Inc.
The remaining 5,400 are for the BrightDrop’s full-size delivery van EV600 and its medium-sized delivery van EV410. Verizon Communications Inc has already signed on as a customer for the EV410.
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