Global Automotive Passenger Car Database—Powertrain Type

Global Automotive Passenger Car Database—Powertrain Type

The European Union has Almost Three Times As Many Hybrid/Electric Variants as the United States; However, Engine Displacement in the United States is 33% Higher than in the European Union

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19-Aug-2020
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Research Code: MFA2-01-00-00-00
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This database captures the current model wise powertrain-drivetrain configurations available in the market from key OEMs, across the regions EU, US, and Asia (Japan & South Korea). The configurations include engine capacity, fuel, configuration, power rating, transmission, driven wheels (FWD / RWD / AWD), electrification (mHEV, FHEV, PHEV, REx, BEV, and FCEV) and the electrification architecture.

The hybrid market is classified primarily on the architecture of the system. These are belt-integrated starter generator (P0), crank mounted (P1), transmission mounted (P2 / P3) and the rear axle mounted (P4). While the P0 systems are primarily start-stop systems or mild-hybrids, P2 architecture is suitable for mild-hybrids, full-hybrids, and PHEVs. And the P4 system is exclusively used for the PHEVs. Toyota and Honda use their respective hybrid systems, namely Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive Powersplit type of system and Honda’s iMMD system which does not have a transmission.

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This database captures the current model wise powertrain-drivetrain configurations available in the market from key OEMs, across the regions EU, US, and Asia (Japan & South Korea). The configurations include engine capacity, fuel, configuration, power rating, transmission, driven wheels (FWD / RWD / AWD), electrification (mHEV, FHEV, PHEV, REx, BEV, and FCEV) and the electrification architecture. The hybrid market is classified primarily on the architecture of the system. These are belt-integrated starter generator (P0), crank mounted (P1), transmission mounted (P2 / P3) and the rear axle mounted (P4). While the P0 systems are primarily start-stop systems or mild-hybrids, P2 architecture is suitable for mild-hybrids, full-hybrids, and PHEVs. And the P4 system is exclusively used for the PHEVs. Toyota and Honda use their respective hybrid systems, namely Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive Powersplit type of system and Honda’s iMMD system which does not have a transmission.
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Bharath Srinivasan
Industries Automotive
WIP Number MFA2-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9673-A6,9800-A6,9807-A6,9813-A6,9882-A6,9AF6-A6