· Partnership demonstrates BorgWarner’s continued leadership in inverter technology for the dedicated hybrid transmission (DHT) segment in China and beyond
· Technology delivers multi-functionality, cost and weight reduction, flexible packaging and easy installation
· Dual inverters provide dynamic operating range with enhanced efficiency for greater fuel economy
BorgWarner, a global leader in delivering innovative and sustainable mobility solutions for the vehicle market, will provide a leading Chinese OEM with its highly efficient dual inverter unit for the automaker’s A/A+ hybrid vehicle model slated for launch in Q2 2023.
“We are pleased to provide our high-performance dual inverter unit to this leading Chinese OEM,” said Dr. Stefan Demmerle, President and General Manager, BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems. “This leading Chinese OEM’s dedicated hybrid transmission (DHT) system is becoming a strong benchmark in the China market due to its dynamic driving performance and ability to achieve greater fuel economy. This partnership will aid us in continuing to lead the DHT and hybrid inverter technology spaces.”
The highly-integrated product combines two inverters, a DC/DC converter, and a boost module into a single unit. By combining several power electronic technologies into one compact package, BorgWarner’s dual inverter is able to provide unrivaled functionality, driving two electric motors, powering the 12 volt electrical system, and supporting the boosted system architecture of the propulsion system. The resulting unit will deliver cost and weight reductions, and also enable flexible packaging and easy installation. As a key element of the hybrid system, BorgWarner’s dual inverter manages propulsion, energy recuperation and ensures that the system works in an optimal range of efficiency.
BorgWarner is a leading supplier of advanced electrification technologies with a full range of power electronics, inverters, DC/DC converters, battery chargers and more, which are designed to enhance the driving experience, performance and fuel economy of vehicle applications while reducing emissions.