The automotive industry is entering a major transitional period that is said to occur only once a century.
The automotive sector environment is changing dramatically, and the demand for lighter yet more rigid vehicle bodies, improved motor efficiency, and higher battery output is more than ever. A technological revolution is giving rise to the new acronym “CASE” (Connected-Autonomous-Shared-Electric). As a result, the components that are used in vehicles are also undergoing major transitions.
Electrification will especially have a major influence in terms of vehicle parts. Assuming that a gasoline-powered vehicle is composed of a total of 30,000 discrete parts, transitioning to a battery electric vehicles (BEV) will result in approximately 11,000 fewer parts that are unique to gasoline-powered vehicles coupled with an increase of approximately 2,000 parts unique to a BEV, resulting in a net reduction of 9,000 parts. It is forecasted that two thirds or more of the total number of vehicles sold worldwide by 2050 will be EVs.
AIDA, The world’s leading forming system builder is focusing on next-generation vehicle parts such as EV drive motor cores, lithium-ion battery cases, and fuel cell separators and had developed press equipment well-suited for each part accordingly.
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