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Modine EVantage Evantage Launch - Tractor Trailer

Euro EV thermal management sector grows

Thermal management manufacturer Modine is expanding its European production footprint to meet the needs of electric vehicle manufacturers.  A surge in the adoption of commercial EVs across Europe makes Modine’s expansion a timely move. By expanding local manufacturing capabilities, Modine aims to enhance supply chain efficiency on the continent, reduce lead times, and overcome trade Continue reading Euro EV thermal management sector grows

Rheinmetall, known by most as a defence contractor and automotive component manufacturer, is making a name for itself for advancements in thermal management of electric and hydrogen powertrains.  The German company recently secured a major deal with a global truck manufacturer worth millions of Euros for several hundred thousand of its hi-tech CWA 2000 electric Continue reading Somebody has placed a huge order for electric truck thermal management

EV battery swapping is a process that involves replacing a depleted battery pack with a fully charged unit at a dedicated swapping station, enabling drivers to get back on the road in less than the time it takes to top-up a tank of petrol. The drained batteries are then recharged, typically during off-peak energy times. Continue reading EV battery swapping back on the agenda: But how do thermal management connections work?

Porsche GT4 e-Performance

Believe it or not, there is a link between the Porsche GT4 e-Performance cover star of SightGlass edition 32 and the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N that graced edition 31 – less obvious that both are performance cars which likely borrowed heavily from technology developed by Croatian electric hypercar manufacturer Rimac in which both companies have Continue reading Oil cooled and not a refrigerant in sight: inside the Porsche GT4 e-Performance

The Ioniq 5 N is Hyundai’s first performance electric vehicle (EV). As anticipated, this game-changer offers a range of enhancements over the regular model, not least its industry-leading thermal management system, a crucial consideration during development and specifically aimed at combating power degradation caused by excessive heat during demanding track driving conditions. The Ioniq 5 Continue reading Ioniq 5 N: Sophisticated thermal management unlocks performance of hottest Hyundai

Designed to disrupt the disruptors, VW’s forthcoming ID.2 will take on Chinese competitors with a European starting price equivalent to A$40,000 for a Polo-sized hatch with Golf-sized roominess and a GTI-like driving experience. Advantageously positioned to offer ‘more for less’, the ID.2, which is due for release in 2025, is designed to pull customers away Continue reading Volkswagen to bring thermal management in-house for its new electric people’s car?

A high-performance liquid coolant for electric vehicle batteries has been created by automotive chemicals specialist Liqui Moly, which says its Battery Coolant EV 200 product has been specifically designed for use in ‘indirect battery cooling systems’. Liqui Moly says the new fluid provides excellent corrosion protection, long-term stability, and low conductivity throughout its service life. Continue reading Liqui Moly develops thermal management liquid for electric vehicle batteries

Jumana Al-Sibai

Mahle, a German automotive component supplier that provides engineering and consulting services to automakers, says it is reorienting itself in light of the electrification transition. It has recently equipped its climatic wind tunnel in Stuttgart with a DC fast charging system, as Mahle management believes the company’s sales potential in relation to electric vehicles (EVs) Continue reading Mahle climatic wind tunnel “goes electric”