BorgWarner tests 48V solutions in Arctic Conditions

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BorgWarner presented its latest propulsion solutions optimized for vehicles using a 48V power supply at the annual Arctic Drive Winter Test in Arjeplog, Sweden, earlier this year. The new technologies enhance vehicle traction and stability for improved safety under the toughest conditions.

“At BorgWarner, we constantly work on improving our technologies. We aim to anticipate our customers’ demands for solutions that provide enhanced efficiency as well as first-rate vehicle stability and traction on almost any surface,” said Dr Stefan Demmerle, president and general manager, BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems.

Among the innovations displayed in Arjeplog were the company’s P2 hybrid modules, the electric Rear Drive Module (eRDM) for P3-type hybrids, the 48V electric All-Wheel Drive (eAWD) system for P4-type hybrids and the next-generation e-hydraulic AWD coupling.

BorgWarner offers a portfolio of solutions that provide increased efficiency, functionality and performance to support the transition to cleaner and more efficient vehicles with different propulsion demands.

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