Automotive & Electric Vehicles Report

Mild Hybrid 48V Vehicles 2017-2027

Market forecasts and technology roadmaps for cars, trucks and other vehicles

Forecasts to 2031 and easily understandable original analysis, company and research assessments
 
Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
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
1.9.1.48V cars - forecasts, end game 2016-2031
1.9.2.Powertrain forecasts 2016-2031
1.10.Technology roadmaps
1.10.1.Four generations 2015-2031
1.10.2.Other roadmaps putting 48V in context
1.10.3.IDTechEx technology timeline 2017-2027
1.10.4.Jaguar Land Rover/ Delta 2015 roadmap of electric vehicle energy storage
1.10.5.48V with EV mode available now
1.10.6.France joins Germany, China and Korea in leadership
1.10.7.Effect of upgrade to 48V mild hybrid
1.11.Eaton assessment and approach
1.12.Delphi approach
1.13.News in 2017
2.TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS
2.1.Types of conventional and electric vehicle - two 48V opportunities
2.2.Synergy between 48V mild hybrids and 48V pure electric powertrains?
2.2.1.Voltage trends for pure electric vehicles: 48V opportunity
2.2.2.Voltage choices by powertrain
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
2.9.1.Evolution from stop-start to multifunctional rotating machines
2.9.2.Operating modes, design priorities
2.9.3.View of Continental: BAS
2.9.4.Construction options for reversible machines
2.10.Future of the DC DC converters
2.11.Projects comparing 48V options: examples
2.11.1.Jaguar Land-Rover and Partners UK
2.11.2.LC SuperHybrid UK
2.11.3.Volvo Sweden, China
2.11.4.Hyundai Korea
2.11.5.US Department of Energy Civic Ultrabattery Road Test
2.11.6.ARPA-E Award USA
2.11.7.ADEPT: one of the most significant 48V development projects worldwide
2.11.8.Healthy disagreement about system functions and components
2.11.9.Schaeffler, Ford, Continental
2.11.10.Mercedes 48V mild hybrids from 2017
2.11.11.Renault truck in 2017
2.12.Batteries for 48V mild hybrid
2.12.1.Overview
2.12.2.Powertrain battery choices
2.13.48V superchargers
2.14.Flywheel KERS
2.15.Future 48V motor controllers
2.16.Energy harvesting including regeneration
2.16.1.Vehicle fuel wastage by origin - target of regeneration
2.16.2.Energy harvesting choice for vehicles
3.CONFERENCE REPORT
3.1.Lessons from 48V event Dusseldorf Germany
4.EXAMPLES OF INTERVIEWS
4.1.Ongoing interviews by IDTechEx USA, East Asia, Europe
4.1.1.Accepted trend
4.1.2.Window of opportunity for 48V MH cars
4.1.3.48V PbA batteries?
4.1.4.When will 12V batteries be gone?
4.1.5.48V MH buses and off road
4.2.ALABC/ILA London
4.3.Visit to Controlled Power Technologies CPT Ltd UK
4.4.MAHLE
5.APPENDIX: FROM SYSTEM TO PRODUCT TT ELECTRONICS / AB MIKROELEKTRONIK GMBH