During the development process, vehicle manufacturers deal with motion unit development and integration. The most complicated stage is synchronizing the motor, reducer and inverter to be compatible with the latest vehicle requirements.
EV Market Challenges
High development costs from the hundreds of engineering hours and R&D resources required to bring new motion units to market include prototyping, validation, and preparation for mass production.
High integration costs necessary for unit production assembly, such as assembly team training, assembly documentation preparation, testing jigs development, and production.
A long time to market (TTM) has emerged as the primary challenge in the past few years, due to strong competition between car manufacturers. The prevailing EV industry leader will be determined by their ability to swiftly introduce novel models and cutting-edge technologies to the market.
Barriers to entry for new players joining the fast-growing EV market involve . spending significant resources (both time and money) on motion system development.
EvoDrive provides a full-motion solution for EV manufacturers by assembling three main components of the electric vehicle (EV) drivetrain system all-in-one: motion unit, control system, and torque converter.
By using our product for new EV development and production, all market aspects will be dramatically improved with excellent performance, a small footprint, light weight, and a high-power density of 5 kW/kg.