AxleTech and Thor Vehicles to develop heavy-duty e-powertrain system

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Specialty powertrain producer AxleTech is growing a heavy-duty e-powertrain system in partnership with Thor Vehicles. The businesses plan to combine AxleTech’s e-axle know-how with Thor’s proprietary battery know-how to create a totally electrical industrial automobile powertrain.

AxleTech gives built-in options for on-highway EVs, together with Class 6, 7, and eight vehicles, in addition to for transit functions. Earlier this yr, the corporate unveiled a brand new electrical unbiased suspension idea for high-mobility functions. AxleTech’s 5000 Collection eISAS idea is designed to decrease warmth signatures and enhance gasoline financial savings.

California-based Thor Vehicles just lately introduced a partnership with UPS to construct and check two electrical supply vehicles.

“Thor Tucks will profit tremendously from AxleTech’s industry-leading powertrain experience as we work to satisfy the market’s rising demand for electrification,” mentioned Thor Vehicles COO Giordano Sordoni.

“Electrical powertrains for on-highway use are quickly advancing at a world scale, and AxleTech’s know-how has stored tempo with this evolution,” mentioned AxleTech CEO Invoice Gryzenia. “As a result of market want for these options, we’re proud to work alongside Thor Vehicles to construct essentially the most superior built-in powertrain elements for driveline electrification.”

 

Supply: AxleTech


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