2022 Global and Chinese Electric Drive and Power Field Industry Report: OEMs Accelerate Mass Production of Efficient and Intelligent Electric Drive System Solutions – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Effective integration becomes a megatrend, and integration with other domains makes power domains stronger.

Electric drive systems have gone through several phases of development, from independent module, engine and transmission integration, and partial ECU, engine and transmission integration, to three- in-one and X-in-one.

In the trend towards “software-defined vehicles”, E/E architectures tend to be centralized, centralized domain controllers. Electric drive systems are evolving from conventional “three-in-one integration” at the mechanical level to “X-in-one integration” at the power electronics level + “software integration” at the domain level power. Deep and continuous FOTA updates promote the best performance of vehicle power systems.

OEMs are accelerating mass production of efficient and intelligent electric drive system solutions.

When selecting electric drive solutions, OEMs will consider five factors: power density, level of integration, efficiency, safety and intelligence. These factors are of paramount importance whether OEMs choose to develop themselves or buy from other component manufacturers. In the next stage, new technologies such as X-in-one integrated electric drive, 800V voltage platform, SiC/GaN power devices and power supply field will give a big boost. thumbs up to the electric drive systems industry.

BYD’s “eight-in-one” electric powertrain: In 2021, BYD introduced an eight-in-one electric powertrain based on the e3.0 platform. High integration of motor, transmission, motor controller, PDU, DC-DC, OBC, VCU and BMS further reduces space utilization and system weight. Compared to the previous generation, the solution offers 20% higher power density, 15% lighter weight, 20% smaller size and up to 89% overall efficiency.

As an automobile manufacturer, BYD builds 400V medium voltage and 800V high voltage vehicles on the same platform. The independent amplifier device and the reusable drive system power devices constitute an amplifier load topology that enables a modular amplifier architecture. The high voltage platform adopts 1200V/840A SiC power modules which enable 60% smaller size, 70% lower switching loss and up to 99.7% electrical control system efficiency, compared to IGBT controllers.

Electric drive system circuitry and chip integration on BYD e3.0 platform

NIO’s second-generation electric drive system: NIO set the course for the front permanent magnet synchronous motor and the rear asynchronous induction motor. The maximum power of permanent magnet synchronous motor and induction asynchronous motor reaches 180KW and 300KW respectively. NIO selects ON Semiconductor’s latest VE-TracT Direct SiC power modules for the front permanent magnet synchronous motor of its second-generation electric drive system.

NIO’s electric drive systems are supplied by its subsidiary Shanghai XPT Technology Limited. XPT has established a single-line, multi-site manufacturing structure in Nanjing, Shanghai and Hefei.

Main topics covered:

1 Electric Drive System Products and Industry

1.1 Overview of the electric drive system

1.2 Key components of the electric drive system

1.3 Development of Electric Drive System Key Technologies

1.4 Electric Power Transmission System Industry Chain Structure and Market

1.5 Summary of Electric Drive System Supply Relationship and Products

2 Power Domain Controller Products and Technologies

2.1 Electric drive systems further develop from mechanical and electronic integration to power field solution

2.2 Context of the birth of the domain of power

2.3 Software and hardware architecture of the power domain (1)

2.4 Software and hardware architecture of the power domain (2)

2.5 The first step in the evolution of the power domain architecture: classical five-domain architecture partition

2.6 Second step in the evolution of the power domain architecture: partitioning the architecture into three domains

2.7 The third step in the evolution of the power domain architecture: central control domain + zonal architecture

2.8 Power Domain Controlled Architecture Implementation Case: Huawei’s Hyperconverged Power Domain Solution

2.9 Power Domain Controlled Architecture Implementation Case: ENOVATE VBU

2.10 Case of implementation of the architecture controlled by power domain: PDCS of NETA Auto

2.11 Power Domain Controller Product Summary from OEMs and Tier 1 (1) Suppliers

2.12 Power Domain Controller Product Summary from OEMs and Tier 1(2) Suppliers

2.13 Eight Development Trends of Huawei Hyperconverged Power Field (1)

2.14 Eight Development Trends of Huawei’s Hyperconverged Power Field (2)

3 Layout of electric drive technology of Chinese automakers

3.1 BYD and FinDreams powertrain

3.2 Changan Automotive

3.3 Geely

3.4 Great Wall Engine

3.5 GAG

3.6 SAIC and Shanghai Automobile Gear Works

3.7 Dongfeng Motor & Intelligent Power System Co., Ltd.

3.8 NIO Technology and Shanghai XPT (XPT)

3.9 Xpeng Motors

3.10 Automatic Li

3.11 Jump Engine

3.12 Automatic NETA


4 Arrangement of electric drive technology of foreign automakers


4.2 Volkswagen

4.3 Mercedes-Benz





4.8 Ford

5 Electric Drive Products and Solutions from Chinese Tier 1 Suppliers


5.2 Inovance Technology

5.3 Zhongshan Broad-Ocean Motor and Shanghai Edrive

5.4 Jee Technology

5.5 Jing-Jin electrical technologies

5.6 Zhuhai Enpower Electric

5.7 Shanghai Dajun Technologies

5.8 Brilliant Technologies

5.9 Founding engine

5.10 Reaching Denso

5.11 CRRC times electric

6 Overseas Tier 1 Electric Drive Products and Solutions

6.1 Bosch

6.2 Valeo

6.3 Vitesco Technologies

6.4 Borg Warner

6.5 Nidec

6.6 ZF

6.7 Schaeffler


6.9 GKN

6.10 Magna

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