eMobility is our future.



Reducing the number
of powertrain
architectures is the key.

eMobility is our future.
Reducing the number of powertrain
architectures is the key.

P0
P1
P2
P2.5
P3
P4
EV
  • e-machine is connected to the crankshaft by belt
  • No electric driving possible
  • e-machine is connected with a belt drive to the ICE
  • Recuperation
  • Start-Stop function
  • e-machine is assigned to the transmission input shaft between ICE and coupling
  • No electric driving possible
  • e-machine is connected with a belt drive to the ICE
  • Recuperation
  • Start-Stop function
  • e-machine is assigned to the transmission input shaft between coupling and transmission
  • Boosting for improved acceleration
  • Recuperation
  • Start-Stop functionality
  • Pure electric driving enabled in certain driving situations
  • e-machine is integrated in the hybrid transmission
  • No change in installation length
  • No additional clutch between ICE and transmission required
  • Boosting for improved acceleration
  • Torque fill capability
  • Recuperation
  • Start-Stop functionality
  • Pure electric driving enabled in certain driving situations
  • P3a: e-machine is assigned to the transmission output shaft (post transmission)
  • P3b: e-machine is assigned to the cardan shaft (on the rear axle)
  • Enables improved driving dynamics
  • Pure electric driving enabled in certain driving situations
  • Recuperation
  • For Hybrid (P4) or Battery Electric Vehicle (EV) applications

  • Axle drive with integrated e-machine and optionally integrated inverter

  • Enables improved driving dynamics through eAWD functionality

  • Pure electric driving enabled

  • Recuperation

  • CO2reduction potential from 10-12 % for 48 Volt systems through 25 % for high voltage solutions to 100 % for BEV applications

  • For Hybrid (P4) or Battery Electric Vehicle (EV) applications

  • Axle drive with integrated e-machine and optionally integrated inverter

  • Enables improved driving dynamics through eAWD functionality

  • Pure electric driving enabled

  • Recuperation

  • CO2reduction potential from 10-12 % for 48 Volt systems through 25 % for high voltage solutions to 100 % for BEV applications

New Powertrain architectures

The increasing diversification and complexity of powertrain architectures, combined with uncertainties in production volumes, demand new strategies and solutions. Standardization and platform concepts for different drivetrain architectures are the key to cost efficiency and future success.