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Electrified Passenger Cars

Electrification of passenger cars is no longer a trend but already a fact. Thus, well developed subsystems which are affordable, meet the customers expectations and todays passenger car safety and reliability standards are a must for the commercial success of electrified vehicles. AVL provides the required solutions, processes and tools to develop all relevant subsystems for electric vehicles.

Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Range Extended Electric Vehicles (REEV)

AVL‘s electric drivetrain development team provides highly customer oriented solutions for BEVs and REEVs with requirement engineering and verification by an accompanying continuous vehicle simulation approach early in the development process. The development and optimization of the respective components, integration of the individual modules into a total system and the comprehensive development of the total system focus the maximum utilization of synergy effects for the best overall system performance and reliability. Our development process for electric drivetrains comprises:

  • Requirement engineering and support of supplier selection
  • Concept and model-based system and component development
  • Function development and system integration
  • System functional and passiv safety development
  • Electric Vehicle build-up and development
  • User-profile optimized system verification
  • Production and quality planning

Beyond the development and rapid build-up of prototype BEVs and REEVs, we also support our customers on-site during vehicle integration, validation planning and vehicle calibration.

The pre-developed AVL Range Extender solutions address the need for an affordable and packagable battery systems for Mega City applications. With our profound knowhow in reliability & robustness analysis, we can also support our customers in lifetime and warranty cost prediction especially for the battery systems.

E-mag: AVL Range Extender Technologies

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General | Februar 2014