電気自動車用電気モーター 2024-2034年: IDTechEx

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電気自動車用電気モーター 2024-2034年

電気自動車用モーターの世界市場。モーター技術、材料、レアアース削減、軸方向磁束、インホイール、熱管理、ベンチマーク比較。地域別予測。自動車、マイクロEV、バス、バンとトラック。


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急速に成長する電気自動車市場は、世界のいくつかの地域と異なる車両カテゴリーにおいて、電気モーターに大きな需要をもたらしています。この市場では、モーター技術やトポロジー、出力やトルク密度、材料利用、熱管理に関するトレンドが確認できます。本レポートでは、バッテリー電気自動車やハイブリッドカー、バン、トラック、バス、二輪車、三輪車、マイクロカーの市場のトレンドを取り上げ、OEMの使用事例、ベンチマーク比較、詳細市場予測を提供します。
「電気自動車用電気モーター 2024-2034年」が対象とする主なコンテンツ
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● 自動車、2輪車、3輪車、マイクロカー、小型商用車(バン)、トラック、バスを含むBEV、PHEV、HEVの電気モーター市場分析:
□ 異なるモータータイプ/トポロジーのベンチマーク比較
□ OEM戦略
□ EV業界のトレンドと電気モーターへの影響
□ モーターデザインのトレンド
□ 新しいモーター技術とベンチマーク比較: 軸方向磁束、インホイール、スイッチトリラクタンス
□ 材料利用: 磁石(レアアース含む)、巻線(丸線またはヘアピン)
□ 電気モーターの熱管理
□ EV使用事例とベンチマーク比較
□ インタビューを盛り込んだ企業概要
● 10年間の市場予測と分析:
□ 自動車用電気モーター予測2015-2034年(地域): 中国、ヨーロッパ、米国、その他地域(台数、kW)
□ 自動車用電気モーター予測2015-2034年(ドライブトレイン): BEV、PHEV、HEV(台数、kW)
□ 自動車用電気モーター予測2015-2034年(モータータイプ): AC誘導モーター(ACIM)、永久磁石(PM)、巻線型ローター同期モーター(WRSM)、永久磁石(レアアースフリー)、その他(レアアースフリー)、軸方向磁束(台数)
□ 自動車用電気モーター価値予測(ドライブトレイン): BEV、PHEV、HEV(米ドル)
□ マイクロEVモーター予測: 2輪車(4 kW未満と4 kW超)、3輪車(4 kW未満と4 kW超)、マイクロカー(台数、kWと米ドル)
□ 電動小型商用車(バン)モーター予測: BEV、PHEV(台数、kWと米ドル価値)
□ 電動トラック・モーター予測: 中型・大型BEV、PHEV、HEV(台数、kWと米ドル価値)
□ 電動バス・モーター予測: BEV、PHEVとHEV(台数、kW、米ドル価値)
□ 自動車用HEVモーター予測: 中国、ヨーロッパ、米国、日本、韓国、その他地域(台数、kW)
□ インホイールモーター予測(台数)
□ アルミニウム、銅、鉄鋼予測(トン数)
 
Electric motors truly are the driving force behind electric vehicles (EVs). In addition to the batteries and power electronics, the electric motor is a critical component within the drivetrain. Despite electric traction motors originally being developed in the 1800s, the market is still evolving today with new designs, improving power and torque density and more considerations around the materials used. These aren't just incremental improvements either, with developments such as axial flux motors and various OEMs eliminating rare-earths altogether.
 
The report from IDTechEx on Electric Vehicle Motors 2024-2034 details OEM strategies, trends, and emerging technologies within the motor market for EVs. An extensive model database of over 500 EV model variants sold between 2015-2022 in several geographic regions aids in a granular market analysis of motor type, performance, thermal management and market shares. Technologies and strategies of major OEMs are considered for cars, two-wheelers, three-wheelers, microcars, light commercial vehicles (vans), trucks, and buses along with several use-cases and benchmarking of several motor units. Emerging technologies are also addressed with market forecasts through to 2034 such as axial flux and in-wheel motors.
 
IDTechEx analyses key parameters of motors in BEVs and emerging alternatives. Source: Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles 2024-2034
 
Materials and Rare-earths
A key consideration for the EV motor market is that of magnetic materials. From 2015-2022 the share of permanent magnet (PM) motors in the electric car market remained consistently above 75%. Rare-earth magnets continue to be a concern in 2023 due to their supply chain being constrained to China and the prices starting to rise drastically again in 2021. To avoid these concerns, several European OEMs have opted for magnet free designs including Renault and BMWs adoption of wound rotor motors and Audi's use of induction motors. In 2023, Tesla announced its next generation motor would be a PM machine without rare-earths, further bringing the focus to alternative magnetic materials such as ferrite magnets and the challenges they pose to mass adoption.
 
In this report, IDTechEx provides an analysis of magnet free motor designs, routes to rare-earth reduction, and options for alternative magnetic materials. IDTechEx predicts that PM motors will remain the dominant form of motor (especially with China's dominance in the EV market), but there will be further reductions in rare-earths per motor and alternative magnetic materials making greater progress in the market.
 
The vast majority of the car market is using permanent magnet motors. Source: Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles 2024-2034
 
Axial Flux and In-wheel Motors as Emerging Options
In addition to the traditional on-board radial flux motors in EVs, there are two emerging alternatives that have gained a lot of interest but are at early stages of market adoption, namely axial flux and in-wheel motors.
 
In axial flux motors the magnetic flux is parallel to the axis of rotation (compared to perpendicular in radial flux machines). The benefits of axial flux motors include increased power and torque density and a pancake form factor ideal for integration in various scenarios. Despite the previous lack of adoption, the technology has evolved to market integration. Daimler acquired key players YASA to use its motors in the upcoming AMG electric platform and Renault has partnered with WHYLOT to use axial flux motors in its hybrids starting in 2025.
 
In-wheel motors made it into some on-road vehicles such as a limited quantity of Lordstown trucks, but key progress has also been seen from Protean where Dongfeng demonstrated the first homologated passenger car with ProteanDrive (in-wheel motor platform) in 2023 and is following this with fleet testing.
 
IDTechEx expects a large increase in demand for axial flux and in-wheel motors for certain vehicle categories, but does not predict they will displace the traditional on-board radial flux machines in the near future. This report carries out performance and market analysis of emerging motor technologies with players, adoption, and 10 year market forecasts.
Key Aspects
Analysis of the electric motor markets in BEVs, PHEVs and HEVs across cars, two-wheelers, three-wheelers, microcars, light commercial vehicles (vans), trucks, and buses including:
  • Benchmarking different motor types/topologies
  • OEM strategies
  • EV industry trends and the impact on electric motors
  • Trends in motor design
  • Emerging motor technologies and benchmarking: axial flux, in-wheel and switched reluctance
  • Materials utilization: magnets (including rare earths) and windings (round or hairpin)
  • Thermal management of electric motors
  • EV use-cases and benchmarking
  • Company profiles including interviews
 
10 Year Market Forecasts & Analysis:
  • Automotive electric motor forecast 2015-2034 (regional): China, Europe, US and rest of world (units, kW)
  • Automotive electric motor forecast 2015-2034 (drivetrain): BEV, PHEV and HEV (units, kW)
  • Automotive electric motor forecast 2015-2034 (motor type): alternating current induction motor (ACIM), permanent magnet (PM), wound rotor synchronous motor (WRSM), permanent magnet rare earth free, other rare earth free, axial flux (units)
  • Automotive electric motor value forecast (drivetrain): BEV, PHEV and HEV (US$)
  • Micro-EV motor forecast: two-wheelers (<4 kW and >4 kW), three-wheelers (<4 kW and >4 kW), microcars (units, kW, and US$)
  • Electric light commercial vehicle (van) motor forecast: BEV & PHEV (units, kW, and US$)
  • Electric truck motor forecast: medium- and heavy-duty BEV, PHEV and HEV (units, kW, and US$)
  • Electric bus motor forecast: BEV, PHEV & HEV (units, kW, and US$)
  • Automotive HEV motor forecast: China, Europe, US, Japan, South Korea and rest of world (units, kW)
  • Automotive axial flux motor forecast (units)
  • In-wheel motors forecast (units)
  • Materials for motor magnets forecast split into elements (tonnes)
  • Forecast for aluminum, copper, and steel (tonnes)
Report MetricsDetails
Historic Data2015 - 2022
CAGRThe global market for electric motors grows at a CAGR of 7.6% between 2022 and 2034 with much larger growth in BEV cars.
Forecast Period2023 - 2034
Forecast Unitsunits, kW, US$
Regions CoveredWorldwide, Europe, China, United States
Segments CoveredCars, light commercial vehicles (vans), trucks, buses, two-wheelers, three-wheelers, microcars
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Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1.What's New in This Report? (1)
1.2.What's New in This Report? (2)
1.3.Summary of Traction Motor Types
1.4.Electric Motor Type Market Share by Vehicle
1.5.Average Motor Power 2022 by Vehicle Category (kW)
1.6.Convergence on PM Motors by Major Automakers
1.7.Motor Type Market Share Forecast
1.8.Commentary on Electric Traction Motor Trends in Cars
1.9.OEM & Tier 1 Approaches to Eliminate Rare Earths
1.10.Hairpin Winding Regional Market Shares
1.11.Materials in Electric Motors Forecast 2021-2034 (kg)
1.12.Motor Technologies in Two-wheelers
1.13.Average Motor Power of Microcars
1.14.Motors Used in eLCVs
1.15.Medium Duty Truck Models Motor Power
1.16.Heavy Duty Truck Models Motor Power
1.17.Truck Motor Type Market Share and Power Output Requirements
1.18.Electric Bus Motor Types
1.19.Automotive Axial Flux Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units)
1.20.Examples of Vehicles with In-wheel Motors
1.21.In-wheel Motors Forecast 2021-2034 (units)
1.22.Motor Type Power Density Benchmark
1.23.Motor Cooling Strategy Forecast (Units)
1.24.BEV Power Density Benchmarking
1.25.Commercial Vehicle Motors Power Density Benchmarking
1.26.Light Duty Vehicle Motors Power Density Benchmarking
1.27.Total Motors Forecast by Vehicle and Drivetrain 2021-2034 (units)
1.28.Total Motor Power Forecast by Vehicle and Drivetrain 2021-2034 (kW)
1.29.Total Motor Market Size Forecast by Vehicle and Drivetrain 2021-2034 ($ billions)
1.30.Forecast Commentary
2.INTRODUCTION
2.1.Electric Vehicles: Basic Principle
2.2.Electric Vehicle Definitions
2.3.Drivetrain Specifications
2.4.Parallel and Series Hybrids: Explained
2.5.Electric Motors
3.TYPES OF ELECTRIC TRACTION MOTOR AND BENCHMARKING
3.1.1.Electric Traction Motor Types (1)
3.1.2.Summary of Traction Motor Types
3.1.3.Benchmarking Electric Traction Motors
3.1.4.Peak vs Continuous Properties
3.1.5.Efficiency
3.1.6.Brushless DC Motors (BLDC): Working Principle
3.1.7.BLDC Motors: Advantages, Disadvantages
3.1.8.BLDC Motors: Benchmarking Scores
3.1.9.Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM): Working Principle
3.1.10.PMSM: Advantages, Disadvantages
3.1.11.PMSM: Benchmarking Scores
3.1.12.Differences Between PMSM and BLDC
3.1.13.Wound Rotor Synchronous Motor (WRSM): Working Principle
3.1.14.Renault's Magnet Free Motor
3.1.15.WRSM Motors: Benchmarking Scores
3.1.16.WRSM: Advantages, Disadvantages
3.1.17.AC Induction Motors (ACIM): Working Principle
3.1.18.AC Induction Motor (ACIM)
3.1.19.AC Induction Motors: Benchmarking Scores
3.1.20.AC Induction Motor: Advantages, Disadvantages
3.1.21.Reluctance Motors
3.1.22.Reluctance Motor: Working Principle
3.1.23.Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM)
3.1.24.Switched Reluctance Motors: Benchmarking Scores
3.1.25.Permanent Magnet Assisted Reluctance (PMAR)
3.1.26.PMAR Motors: Benchmarking Scores
3.1.27.Regeneration
3.2.Electric Traction Motors: Summary and Benchmarking Results
3.2.1.Comparison of Traction Motor Construction and Merits
3.2.2.Motor Efficiency Comparison
3.2.3.Benchmarking Electric Traction Motors
3.2.4.Multiple Motors: Explained
4.MOTOR MARKET IN ELECTRIC CARS
4.1.BEV and PHEV Motor Type Market Share by Region
4.2.Convergence on PM Motors by Major Automakers
4.3.Motor Type Market Share Forecast
4.4.Commentary on Electric Traction Motor Trends in Cars
4.5.Automotive Electric Motor Forecast 2015-2034 (units, regional)
4.6.Automotive Electric Motor Forecast 2015-2034 (units, drivetrain)
4.7.Automotive Electric Motor Forecast 2015-2034 (units, motor type)
4.8.Automotive Electric Motor Value Forecast 2021-2034 (US$, drivetrain)
4.9.Automotive Electric Motor Power Forecast 2015-2034 (kW, regional)
4.10.Automotive Electric Motor Power Forecast 2015-2034 (kW, drivetrain)
5.MICROMOBILITY
5.1.Introduction
5.2.Micro EV Types
5.3.The EV Revolution is Happening on Two Wheels
5.4.Micro EV Characteristics
5.5.Electric Two-wheeler Classification
5.6.Electric Two-wheelers: Power Classes
5.7.E-motorcycle Benchmarking
5.8.Motor Technologies in Two-wheelers
5.9.Zero Z-Force Powertrain
5.10.Electric Three-wheeler Classification
5.11.China and India are Major Three-wheeler Markets
5.12.Examples of E3W Models
5.13.Examples of E3W Models
5.14.What is a Microcar?
5.15.Average Motor Power of Microcars
5.16.Micromobility Motor Manufacturers
5.17.Micro-EV Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, vehicle type)
5.18.Micromobility Research
6.ELECTRIC LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES (ELCV)
6.1.Introduction to Electric LCVs
6.2.LCV Definition
6.3.Electric LCVs: Drivers and Barriers
6.4.Specifications of eLCVs available in Europe
6.5.Motors Used in eLCVs
6.6.Motor Number, Type and Power Trends: LCV
6.7.LCV Electric Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, drivetrain)
6.8.Light Commercial Vehicle Research
7.ELECTRIC TRUCKS
7.1.Zero Emission Trucks: Drivers and Barriers
7.2.Truck Weight Definitions
7.3.Integrated e-Axle Space Advantage
7.4.Medium Duty Truck Models Motor Power
7.5.Heavy Duty Truck Models Motor Power
7.6.Allison Transmission eGen Power e-Axles
7.7.BorgWarner
7.8.Dana E-Axles
7.9.Danfoss Editron
7.10.Detroit eAxles
7.11.FPT Truck Motors
7.12.Meritor Blue Horizon ePowertrain
7.13.Meritor 14Xe Electric Drivetrain
7.14.Meritor supplies Hyliion, Volta Trucks, Lion Electric and Autocar Trucks
7.15.Volvo
7.16.ZF Electrification Solutions
7.17.Truck Motor Type Market Share and Power Output Requirements
7.18.Truck Electric Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, drivetrain & category)
7.19.Electric Truck Research
8.ELECTRIC BUSES
8.1.Bus Types
8.2.Why Adopt Buses?
8.3.Challenges for Electric Bus Adoption
8.4.BEV & PHEV Bus Options
8.5.Electric Buses: Global Market History
8.6.Dana TM4
8.7.Equipmake
8.8.Traktionssysteme Austria (TSA)
8.9.Volvo Electric Buses
8.10.ZF
8.11.Electric Bus Motor Types
8.12.Bus Electric Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, drivetrain)
9.HEV DRIVE TECHNOLOGY
9.1.HEV Car Manufacturer Market Share
9.2.Hybrid Synergy Drive/ Toyota Hybrid System
9.3.Hybrid Synergy Drive/ Toyota Hybrid System
9.4.Honda
9.5.Honda Sport Hybrid Systems
9.6.Honda's 2 Motor Hybrid System
9.7.Nissan Note e-POWER
9.8.Hyundai Sonata Hybrid
9.9.Toyota Prius Drive Motor: 2004-2010
9.10.Toyota Prius Drive Motor: 2004-2017
9.11.Comparison of Hybrid MGs
9.12.Global HEV Car Motor/Generator Trends
9.13.HEV Car MGs Trends and Assumptions
9.14.Global HEV Car MG Demand Forecast 2015-2034 (units, kW)
9.15.High Voltage Hybrid Electric Vehicle Research
10.ELECTRIC AVIATION
10.1.eVTOL Motor Requirements
10.1.1.eVTOL Motor / Powertrain Requirements
10.1.2.eVTOL Aircraft Motor Power Sizing
10.1.3.eVTOL Power Requirement: kW Estimate
10.1.4.eVTOL Power Requirement
10.1.5.eVTOL Power Requirement: kW Estimate
10.1.6.Electric Motors and Distributed Electric Propulsion
10.1.7.eVTOL Number of Electric Motors
10.1.8.Motor Sizing
10.2.Electric Motors for Aviation: Players
10.2.1.EMRAX
10.2.2.ePropelled
10.2.3.Evolito
10.2.4.H3X
10.2.5.MAGicALL
10.2.6.magniX
10.2.7.MGM COMPRO
10.2.8.Rolls-Royce / Siemens
10.2.9.Rolls-Royce / Siemens
10.2.10.SAFRAN
10.2.11.Other Player Examples
10.2.12.Power Density Comparison: Motors for Aviation
10.2.13.Torque Density Comparison: Motors for Aviation
10.2.14.eVTOL Research
11.EMERGING MOTOR TECHNOLOGIES
11.1.Axial Flux Motors
11.1.1.Radial Flux Motors
11.1.2.Axial Flux Motors
11.1.3.Radial Flux vs Axial Flux Motors
11.1.4.Yoked vs Yokeless Axial Flux
11.1.5.Challenges with Axial Flux Thermal Management
11.1.6.List of Axial Flux Motor Players
11.1.7.Beyond Motors
11.1.8.AVID Acquired by Turntide
11.1.9.EMRAX
11.1.10.Elemental Motors
11.1.11.Lamborghini
11.1.12.Infinitum Electric: Printed PCB Stator
11.1.13.Koenigsegg - raxial flux
11.1.14.Magnax
11.1.15.Magelec Propulsion
11.1.16.Saietta
11.1.17.WHYLOT
11.1.18.WHYLOT and Renault
11.1.19.YASA Axial Flux Motors
11.1.20.YASA and Koenigsegg
11.1.21.YASA and Ferrari
11.1.22.Daimler Acquires YASA
11.1.23.Benchmark of Commercial Axial Flux Motors
11.1.24.Automotive Axial Flux Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units)
11.2.In-wheel Motors
11.2.1.In-wheel Motors
11.2.2.Risks and Opportunities for In-wheel Motors
11.2.3.Risks and Opportunities for In-wheel Motors
11.2.4.Risks and Opportunities for In-wheel Motors
11.2.5.DeepDrive
11.2.6.Elaphe
11.2.7.Gem Motors
11.2.8.Hitachi
11.2.9.Hyundai Mobis
11.2.10.Nidec
11.2.11.Protean Electric
11.2.12.REE Automotive
11.2.13.Schaeffler
11.2.14.Examples of Vehicles with In-wheel Motors
11.2.15.Axial Flux for In-wheel Motors
11.2.16.In-wheel Motors Forecast 2021-2034 (units)
11.3.Axial Flux and In-wheel Motors Benchmarking Against BEV Motors
11.3.1.Motor Type Power Density Benchmark
11.3.2.Motor Type Torque Density Benchmark
11.3.3.Axial Flux and In-wheel Benchmark against Traditional
11.4.Overcoming Issues with Switched Reluctance Motors
11.4.1.Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM)
11.4.2.No Permanent Magnets for SRMs
11.4.3.Advanced Electric Machines (AEM): Commercial Vehicles
11.4.4.AEM and Bentley
11.4.5.Enedym
11.4.6.RETORQ Motors
11.4.7.Punch Powertrain
11.4.8.Turntide Technologies
11.4.9.Switched Reluctance Players for EVs
12.MATERIALS FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS
12.1.1.Which Materials are Required for Electric Motors?
12.2.Materials for Permanent Magnets
12.2.1.Magnetic Material Distribution in Rotors
12.2.2.ID4 vs Leaf vs Model 3 Rotors
12.2.3.Magnet Composition for Motors
12.2.4.Mining of Rare-Earth Metals
12.2.5.China's Control of Rare-Earths
12.2.6.Volatility of EV Motor Materials
12.2.7.The Market Drive to Eliminate Rare Earths
12.3.Rare Earth Reduction and Elimination
12.3.1.Europe's Move to Magnet Free Designs
12.3.2.Tesla's Next Generation Motor
12.3.3.How Tesla Could Eliminate Rare-earths (1)
12.3.4.How Tesla Could Eliminate Rare-earths (2)
12.3.5.How Tesla Could Eliminate Rare-earths (3)
12.3.6.Rare Earth Reduction Progress in Japan
12.3.7.Alternative Magnetic Materials
12.3.8.Alternative Magnetic Materials
12.3.9.Toyota's Neodymium Reduced Magnet
12.3.10.Volvo Funding Niron for Rare-earth Free Magnets
12.3.11.PASSENGER Rare Earth Free Magnets
12.3.12.Ferrite Performance vs Neodymium in Motors
12.3.13.Ferrite Performance vs Neodymium
12.3.14.Recycling Rare Earths
12.3.15.OEM & Tier 1 Approaches to Eliminate Rare Earths
12.4.Rotor and Stator Windings
12.4.1.Aluminium vs Copper in Rotors
12.4.2.Round Wire vs Hairpins for Copper in Stators
12.4.3.MG Motors (SAIC)
12.4.4.VW's MEB
12.4.5.Tesla
12.4.6.Round vs Hairpin Windings: OEMs
12.4.7.Hairpin Winding Regional Market Shares
12.4.8.A New Winding Format?
12.4.9.Aluminum vs Copper Windings
12.4.10.Compressed Aluminum Windings
12.4.11.Aluminum Windings: Players
12.4.12.Motor Materials Environmental Impact and Forecasts
12.4.13.Environmental Impact Introduction
12.4.14.Environmental Impact of Materials
12.4.15.Material Intensity for BEV Motors
12.4.16.Environmental Impact of Several BEV Motors
12.4.17.Materials in Rare Earth Motor Magnets Forecast 2021-2034 (kg)
12.4.18.Rare Earth vs Rare Earth Free Magnet Material Forecast 2021-2034 (kg)
12.4.19.Materials in Electric Motors Forecast 2021-2034 (kg)
13.THERMAL MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRIC MOTORS
13.1.1.Cooling electric motors
13.2.Motor cooling strategies
13.2.1.Air cooling
13.2.2.Water-glycol cooling
13.2.3.Oil cooling
13.2.4.Electric motor thermal management overview
13.2.5.Motor cooling strategy by power
13.2.6.Cooling strategy by motor type
13.2.7.Cooling technology: OEM strategies
13.2.8.Motor cooling strategy by region
13.2.9.Motor cooling strategy market share (2015-2022)
13.2.10.Motor cooling strategy forecast (units)
13.3.Motor insulation and encapsulation
13.3.1.Impregnation and encapsulation
13.3.2.Potting and encapsulation: Players
13.3.3.Axalta - Motor insulation
13.3.4.Elantas - insulation systems for 800V motors
13.3.5.Eaton - nanocomposite PEEK insulation
13.3.6.Solvay - PEEK insulation
13.3.7.Insulating Hairpin Windings
14.EV MOTORS: OEM USE-CASES AND SUPPLY PARTNERSHIPS
14.1.Allison Transmission - Anadolu Isuzu
14.2.Aisin Seiki, DENSO and Toyota Motor form BluE Nexus
14.3.Audi e-tron
14.4.Audi e-tron
14.5.Audi Q4 e-tron
14.6.BMW i3 2016
14.7.BMW 5th Gen Drive (Jaguar)
14.8.BorgWarner Acquires Delphi
14.9.Bosch - commercial vehicle motors
14.10.BYD e-Platform 3.0
14.11.Chevrolet Bolt Onwards (LG)
14.12.Lion Electric - Dana
14.13.Equipmake: spoke geometry
14.14.FCA and Dana
14.15.FCA and Delta
14.16.FCA and Continental
14.17.Fiat 500 Electric (GKN)
14.18.Ford Mustang Mach-E (BorgWarner and Magna)
14.19.Ford and Schaeffler
14.20.GM Ultium Drive
14.21.GM Ultium Drive
14.22.Hitachi, Nissan and Honda
14.23.Huawei - intelligent oil cooling
14.24.Hyundai E-GMP (BorgWarner)
14.25.Hyundai and Vitesco
14.26.Jaguar I-PACE (AAM)
14.27.LG Electronics and Magna
14.28.Lordstown Motors (Elaphe)
14.29.Lucid Air
14.30.MAHLE - wound rotor without brushes
14.31.Mercedes EQ
14.32.Nidec - Gen.2 drive
14.33.Nidec: Foxconn Talks
14.34.Nidec Ni200Ex and Zeekr
14.35.Nidec ramping production
14.36.Nissan Leaf
14.37.Opel/Peugeot and Vitesco
14.38.Porsche Taycan
14.39.Rivian
14.40.SAIC - Oil cooling system
14.41.Schaeffler - Truck motors
14.42.Stellantis Shared Platform (Npe)
14.43.Tesla Induction Motor
14.44.Tesla PM Motor
14.45.Tesla's Carbon Wrapped Motor
14.46.Toyota Prius 2004 to 2010
14.47.Vitesco
14.48.VW ID3/ID4
14.49.Yamaha - hypercar electric motor
14.50.ZF - motor innovations
15.EV MOTORS: OEM BENCHMARKING
15.1.Automotive
15.1.1.BEV Power Density Benchmarking
15.1.2.BEV Torque Density Benchmarking
15.1.3.BEV Power and Torque Density Benchmark
15.1.4.BEV Motor Specification Summary
15.2.Commercial Vehicles
15.2.1.Commercial Vehicle Motors Power Density Benchmarking
15.2.2.Commercial Vehicle Motors Torque Density Benchmarking
15.2.3.Commercial Vehicle Motors Power and Torque Density Benchmark
15.2.4.Commercial Vehicle Motor Specification Summary
15.3.Light Duty
15.3.1.Light Duty Vehicle Motors Power Density Benchmarking
15.3.2.Light Duty Vehicle Motors Torque Density Benchmarking
15.3.3.Light Duty Vehicle Motor Specification Summary
16.FORECASTS AND ASSUMPTIONS
16.1.Forecast Methodology & Assumptions
16.2.Motor Price Forecast and Assumptions
16.3.Motor per Vehicle and kW per Vehicle Assumptions
16.4.Automotive Electric Motor Forecast 2015-2034 (units, regional)
16.5.Automotive Electric Motor Forecast 2015-2034 (units, drivetrain)
16.6.Automotive Electric Motor Forecast 2015-2034 (units, motor type)
16.7.Automotive Electric Motor Power Forecast 2015-2034 (kW, regional)
16.8.Automotive Electric Motor Power Forecast 2015-2034 (kW, drivetrain)
16.9.Automotive Electric Motor Value Forecast 2021-2034 (US$, drivetrain)
16.10.Micro-EV Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, vehicle type)
16.11.LCV Electric Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, drivetrain)
16.12.Truck Electric Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, drivetrain & category)
16.13.Bus Electric Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units, drivetrain)
16.14.Global HEV Car MG Demand Forecast 2015-2034 (units, kW)
16.15.Automotive Axial Flux Motor Forecast 2021-2034 (units)
16.16.In-wheel Motors Forecast 2021-2034 (units)
16.17.Materials in Rare Earth Motor Magnets Forecast 2021-2034 (kg)
16.18.Rare Earth vs Rare Earth Free Magnet Material Forecast 2021-2034 (kg)
16.19.Materials in Electric Motors Forecast 2021-2034 (kg)
16.20.Motor cooling strategy forecast (units)
16.21.Total Motors Forecast by Vehicle and Drivetrain 2021-2034 (units)
16.22.Total Motor Power Forecast by Vehicle and Drivetrain 2021-2034 (kW)
16.23.Total Motor Market Size Forecast by Vehicle and Drivetrain 2021-2034 ($ billions)
16.24.Company Profiles
 

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フォーキャスト 2034
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