DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Mild Hybrid 48V Vehicles 2017-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This unique report is presented in very detailed wide format slides. Only a global up-to-date view makes sense in this fast-moving subject. Therefore the multilingual PhD level analysts have travelled intensively in 2016 and 2017 to report the latest research, conferences and expert opinions and to analyse how the markets and technologies will move over the coming 15 years. Original tables and infographics pull together the analysis.

The comprehensive Executive Summary and Conclusions embraces market forecasts for 48V systems in cars and for the different types of electric car which compete with 48V systems to replace conventional cars. For clarity, many infographics are presented. This is analysis by experts not simply a consolidation of information out there. The new, original figures for the addressable market for 48V cars is plotted alongside the figures likely to be achieved for this period.

The 48V technology roadmap is put in context by overall electric vehicle technology trends in infographics. Based on Volkswagen methodology, the four generations of 48V system are scoped in time this extra information from the analyst giving a wider opportunity than that normally addressed. For example, many forms of multiple energy harvesting and recuperation will be enabled.

There is then a Technology Analysis which includes a look at the synergy with 48V pure electric powertrains. The widening range of 48V parts being added to the basic 48V systems is investigated as they progress towards 48V alone. The relevance to small vs large cars and premium vs mainstream cars is clarified by year then the progress with the different building blocks is examined in depth. In particular, the reversible torque assisting motor generator is examined, comparing the different options being pursued such as permanent magnet vs switched reluctance synchronous and the option of asynchronous.

Throughout, the views and forecasts of leading vehicle manufacturers and their Tier One suppliers is surfaced as well as those of the innovative small companies. The component analysis is thorough, embracing, for example, lithium-ion vs Advanced Lead Acid batteries and what comes after them. Latest progress with the most significant collaborative programs is revealed and the proliferation of energy harvesting and recuperation options is studied in detail.

Key Topics Covered:


1.1. Why and What

1.2. Carbon dioxide reduction

1.3. First generation

1.4. Powertrain winners and losers 2017-2027

1.5. The technological heart

1.6. Company positioning: best solutions for market needs

1.7. Hype curve for car powertrains

1.8. When will it be entirely 48V?

1.9. Market Forecasts

1.10. Technology Roadmaps

1.11. Eaton assessment and approach

1.12. Delphi approach

1.13. News in 2017


2.1. Types of conventional and electric vehicle - two 48V opportunities

2.2. Synergy between 48V mild hybrids and 48V pure electric powertrains?

2.3. Heart of a 48V mild hybrid: popular starting point

2.4. The widening choice of 48v components

2.5. Engine downsizing and boosting

2.6. Safety

2.7. Suitability of 48V by car size over time 2017-2027 and 2031

2.8. Progress with the 48V building blocks

2.9. Future of 48v rotating machine technology

2.10. Future of the DC DC converters

2.11. Projects comparing 48V options: examples

2.12. Batteries for 48V mild hybrid

2.13. 48V superchargers

2.14. Flywheel KERS

2.15. Future 48V motor controllers

2.16. Energy harvesting including regeneration


3.1. Lessons from 48V event Dusseldorf Germany


4.1. Ongoing interviews

4.2. ALABC/ILA London

4.3. Visit to Controlled Power Technologies CPT Ltd UK

4.4. MAHLE


Companies Mentioned

  • Jaguar Land Rover
  • Delta 2015
  • Eaton
  • Delphi
  • Continental
  • LC SuperHybrid
  • Volvo
  • Hyundai
  • US Department of Energy
  • ARPA-E
  • Schaeffler
  • Ford
  • Mercedes
  • Renault
  • Controlled Power Technologies CPT Ltd UK
  • Mahle

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