MAHLE develops low voltage IPM motor for
small EVs in India
A German automotive parts manufacturer based in Stuttgart, Germany has introduced a low low voltage IPM Motor designed to operate on a variety of small electric vehicles, especially electric 2- and 3-wheelers.
Recently, it has increased its stake in its former joint venture which was 50% now MAHLE Electric Drives India (MEDI) increased to 90%. MEDI is a developer and supplier of various e-mobility products.
MAHLE develops low voltage IPM
Mr Raj Kalra, President MAHLE India, said “Sensing the opportunities in the electric vehicle market in India we have planned local production of electric drive systems here. IPM Motors, for example, are greener products for the two-wheeler industry. They show 93 per cent system efficiency, are low on EMC emissions and are resistant to on-road environmental conditions”.
Mr Martin Wellhoeffer, Corporate Executive Vice President Sales and Application Engineering at
MAHLE said “We are Bharat Stage 6 ready and well prepared for future mobility with our dual company strategy. We are developing new solutions in the field of electric mobility. At the same time, we’re improving the internal combustion engine. This will allow us a smooth transition in a world with changing mobility”.
The company has started its business increasing in e-mobility during the last years by localising mechatronics products as well as power electronics. It diversified its business for all segments such as two-wheelers, three-wheelers, light vehicles, medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicles and off-road vehicles.
MAHLE Powertrain comes with a new 48-volt battery to boost mild-hybrid performance. The 48-volt battery optimized for use in mild-hybrid vehicles, to maximize the recovered energy that can be stored and released.
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