New BorgWarner propulsion technologies put to the test in Sweden

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BorgWarner has travelled to Arjeplog, Sweden, to test its latest propulsion technologies – including solutions such as its pre-emptive on-demand transfer case, the latest all-wheel drive coupling and 48V electric rear drive module – on frozen lakes and snowy terrain. The testing will be carried out this month and next.

“Our latest propulsion solutions support major trends such as torque vectoring as well as hybrid and electric propulsion concepts,” said Dr Stefan Demmerle, president and general manager, BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems.

“As a strong development partner for the automotive industry, we always strive to provide our customers around the globe with leading solutions that meet the demands for excellent driving characteristics, improved fuel efficiency and lower emissions.”

February 28, 2017

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