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OEM Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Strategies: Global OEMs Plan For All-Electric Future




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Report Summary:

Several auto groups have announced their strategic plans to become fully electric, as tighter mandates will begin to bite.  In those plans, they have also announced the development of electric vehicle platforms and the formation of battery cell joint ventures.  With consumer sentiment for EVs rising, demand for battery electric powertrains will see further growth. 
Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction
   2.1 800-900 Volts
   2.2 Contract Manufacturing Platforms
   2.3 Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions
   2.4 Plug-and-Charge
   2.5 OEM Battery Cell Production
   2.6 Increasing Energy Density

3. Battery Technology Development
   3.1 Battery Management Systems (BMS)
   3.2 Cobalt Reduction in NCM (Nickel Cobalt Manganese Oxide)
   3.3 Lithium-Metal
   3.4 Solid-State
   3.5 Lithium-Sulfur
   3.6 New Battery Chemistries
      3.6.1 Air Batteries
      3.6.2 Niobium Anodes
      3.6.3 Silicon Anodes
      3.6.4 Sodium-Ion
   3.7 Other Battery Developments
      3.7.1 3D Electrode Structure
      3.7.2 Aluminum Electrodes
      3.7.3 Lithium-Manganese
      3.7.4 LFP
      3.7.5 Recycling
      3.7.6 Other

4. Battery Production Capacity
   4.1 Battery Pack Production
   4.2 Battery Cell Production
      4.2.1 Europe
      4.2.2 China
      4.2.3 Japan
      4.2.4 Korea
      4.2.5 India
      4.2.6 North America
      4.2.7 Rest of the World

5. Electric Motors
   5.1 Rare Earth Reduction
   5.2 E-Axles
      5.2.1 CVT/Multi-Speed Drivetrains
   5.3 In-Wheel Motors
   5.4 New Motor Concepts
      5.4.1 Axial Flux
      5.4.2 Air-Core Motor
      5.4.3 Cyclopic
      5.4.4 EVR Motors
      5.4.5 Switched Reluctance

6. Charging Infrastructure
   6.1 Fast-Charging
   6.2 V2G
   6.3 Wireless Charging
   6.4 Other

7. Power Electronics
   7.1 Silicon
   7.2 SiC
      7.2.1 Deployments
      7.2.2 Developments
      7.2.3 Production Process
      7.2.4 Wafer Supply
   7.3 GaN
   7.4 GaO3
   7.5 Other

8. Fuel Cell Technologies

9. Other Systems
   9.1 HVAC
   9.2 Ultracapacitors
   9.3 Battery Swapping
   9.4 Protection Devices
   9.5 Other

10. Global OEM Activities
   10.1 BMW
      10.1.1 Jaguar-Land Rover
   10.2 Daimler (Mercedes-Benz)
   10.3 FIAT-Chrysler
   10.4 Ford
   10.5 General Motors
   10.6 Honda
   10.7 Hyundai-Kia
   10.8 PSA Peugeot Citroën
   10.9 Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi
   10.10 Stellantis
   10.11 Tesla
   10.12 Toyota
      10.12.1 Mazda
      10.12.2 Subaru
      10.12.3 Suzuki
   10.13 Volkswagen

11. Chinese Mainstream OEM Activities
   11.1 BAIC
   11.2 Baoneng (formerly Qoros)
   11.3 BYD
   11.4 Chang’an
   11.5 Chery
   11.6 Dongfeng
   11.7 FAW
   11.8 GAC
   11.9 Geely (including Lotus and Volvo Cars)
   11.10 Great Wall
   11.11 JAC
   11.12 SAIC
      11.12.1 SAIC-GM-Wuling
   11.13 Others

12. Chinese EV Start-Up Activities
   12.1 AIWAYS
   12.2 Byton/Future Mobility (formerly Harmony)
   12.3 Faraday Future
   12.4 Hozon
   12.5 Human Horizons
   12.6 Karma Automotive
   12.7 Leapmotor
   12.8 Li Auto (also known as Chehejia or Leading Ideal)
   12.9 Morris Commercial
   12.10 NIO
   12.11 Evergrande (formerly NEVS)
   12.12 Sinomach
   12.13 SiTech
   12.14 Skywell
   12.15 Sokon
   12.16 U Power
   12.17 WM Motor
   12.18 Xiaomi
   12.19 Xiaopeng (XPENG) Motors

13. Other EV Start-Up Activities
   13.1 ACM – Adaptive City Mobility
   13.2 Alpha Motor
   13.3 Aptera
   13.4 Arrival
   13.5 Atlis
   13.6 Bollinger
   13.7 Canoo (previously Evelozcity)
   13.8 Circle
   13.9 EAV – Electric Assisted Vehicles
   13.10 Edison Motors
   13.11 Electra Meccanica
   13.12 Electric Brands
   13.13 ELMS – Electric Last Mile Solutions
   13.14 Evum Motors
   13.15 Fisker
   13.16 Foxtron
   13.17 Hercules
   13.18 Hopium
   13.19 Humble
   13.20 Lightyear
   13.21 Lordstown
   13.22 Lucid Motors
   13.23 Lunaz
   13.24 Micro Mobility Systems
   13.25 Mullen Technologies
   13.26 Next e.Go Mobile
   13.27 Nikola
   13.28 Page-Roberts
   13.29 REE
   13.30 Rivian
   13.31 Sono Motors
   13.32 TOGG
   13.33 VIA Motors
   13.34 VinFast
   13.35 WEVC – Watt Electric Vehicle Company
   13.36 Workhorse

14. Market Forecast
   14.1 Global HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.1.1 Mild Hybrid Production Forecast
      14.1.2 48 Volt Mild Hybrid
      14.1.3 Full Hybrid Production Forecast
      14.1.4 Plug-In Hybrid Production Forecast
      14.1.5 Battery Electric Production Forecast
      14.1.6 Fuel Cell Production Forecast
   14.2 Regional HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.1 North America HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.2 Japan HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.3 Europe HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.4 Russia HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.5 South Korea HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.6 China HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.7 India HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.8 Brazil HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.9 Thailand HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
      14.2.10 RoW HEV/EV Powertrain Forecast
   14.3 OEM Market Shares
      14.3.1 Hybrid Vehicles
      14.3.2 Battery Electric Vehicles

15. Analyst Contacts
   15.1 Other Contacts
 

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