Material Technologies Shaping the Future of Electric Vehicles

Material Development Aimed at Design Simplification, Lightweighting and Ensuring Driver Safety While Battery Development is Focused on Improving Energy Density, Lifetime,and Recyclability

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According to the United States Environment Protection Agency, ~26% of global green house gas emissions are from the transportation sector, which includes emissions from cars, trucks, ships, trains, and airplanes. Apparently, passengers cars and light-duty trucks or light commercial vehicles (LCVs) are the largest source of transportation-related emissions and account for ~15- 20% of total greenhouse emissions. With the Paris Climate Agreement creating a sense of competitive spirit among countries to annually push their carbon dioxide (CO2) emission targets, the automotive industry has been caught up in the hustle to be the catalyst that will drive governments to achieve emission targets. As a consequence, auto

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope 1.2 Research Methodology1.3 MDDF Strategy In Play To Make Mobility Greener And Safer1.4 Positioning Materials as an Influential Lever for EV Growth1.5 Materials Enable Development of Cleaner, Leaner, and Powerful EVs 2.0 Electric Vehicles – An Introduction2.1 Electric Vehicles – Phases of Evolution2.2 Phase 1: Power, Speed, and Driving Comfort of ICEs Dominate2.3 Phase 2: CAA and Oil Embargo Infuses Fresh EV Aspirations2.4 Phase 3: Tesla Triggers Growth While China Opens a New Chapter2.5 Electric Vehicles Segmentation – by Drivetrain Type2.6 Key Electric Vehicle Features to Assess Competitiveness 2.7 Key Technical Parameters to Assess Battery Performance3.0 Electric Vehicles – 2017 Scenario3.1 China Leads the Way in Adoption Even as Sales Hit New Record3.2 China Dominate Microcar Sales While Tesla Remains Top Brand3.3 Framework of Influencers for EV Adoption3.4 Materials Play an Important Role in Widescale Adoption Of EV4.0 Lightweight Materials for Electric Vehicles4.1 Moving Toward a Sustainable, Low Carbon Mobility Scenario4.2 EVs have Lesser Components Than ICE Powered Vehicles4.3 EV Powertrain More Than Twice Bulkier Than in ICE powered vehicles4.4 Material Replacement and Downsizing are Key for Lightweighting4.5 Identifying the Nexus of Direct and Indirect Lightweighting is Important for OEMs4.6 US DOE and VTO Actively Pursuing EV performance goals4.7 Lightweighting can eet Range Targets4.8 HSS and Aluminum Alloys Grabbing the Share of Regular Steel 4.9 Magnesium Alloys, CFRP, and AHSS are key Materials with High Lightweighting Potential4.10 Aluminum: An Expensive Metal with trength of Steel4.11 Full Aluminum Body EV Can M4.12 Magnesium: Lightest Structural Metal with Potential Challenges Related to Creep Behavior4.13 Choice of Alloying Elements Key to Overcome Barriers4.14 MRI 230D and AS41 Exhibit Superior High Temperature Stability4.15 Developments in Magnesium Alloys Aim to Improve its rocessability and Heat tability4.16 OEMs Highlight the Potential Use of Magnesium Alloys in Body and Chassis Parts4.17 Steel – A Rapidly Evolving Metal with High Lightweighting Potential 4.18 1st Generation Offered Strength at the Cost of Low longation4.19 2nd Generation Steels Characterized by Improved Ductility and Joining Challenges4.20 Generation AHSS can Meet the Future eeds of Automotive Safety4.21 Full Steel Vehicle Designs Showcase Potential of AHSS in EVs4.22 AHSS Energy Efficient than Alternatives in Production Phase4.23 Polymer Composites – A Versatile Alternative to Traditional Metals4.24 Composite Manufacturers and OEMs Partner to Identify 4.25 iGC Auto Project Targets 50% eight Reduction Using Graphene4.26 CFRP Composite ody odules ecoming an EV Norm4.27 Significant Growth in Composite Development Partnerships5.0 Innovations in Lightweight Materials for Electric Vehicles5.1 Hot Stamped Steel gets Growing while Sustainability Catches Up5.2 Zero Rare Earth Mg-Alloys Possible Through Efficient Processes6.0 Battery Technologies for Electric Vehicles6.1 Battery Chemistries Evolve to Improve Energy Density6.2 Cathode Materials Critical to Improve Energy Density 6.3 Focus on Weight Reduction and Improving Capacity Retention 6.4 Specifications of Different Lithium-ion Battery Chemistries6.5 Rapid Rise in NMC Adoption 6.6 Advanced Battery Technologies to Range Anxiety6.7 Research Focus Areas in Metal Air Batteries6.8 Research Focus Areas in Solid State Polymer Batteries7.0 Innovations in Battery Materials for Electric Vehicles7.1 Advanced Li-ion Technologies Improve Electrode Performance7.2 High Impact Technology Developments for Solid State Batteries8.0 Intellectual Property Landscape(2015 – 2017)8.1 Steady Increase in Patent Filings Related to Lightweight Materials in the last 3 Years8.2 Li2MSiO4 and LiMBO3 Configurations are Widely Featured in IP Filings8.3 SSBs and Li-air in Growth Phase of R&D along with NMC and NCA9.0 From the Analyst’s Desk9.1 Incentive Dependent Growth Not Enough to Go Mainstream9.2 Advanced Materials Will Enable Sustainable Growth in Adoption of EVs10.0 Key Patents10.1 Key Patents Related to Lightweight Materials for Electric Vehicles 10.2 Key Patents Related to Lightweight Materials for Electric Vehicles 10.3 Key Patents Related to Lithium Cobalt Oxide (LCO) Batteries10.4 Key Patents Related to Lithium Manganese Oxide (LMO) Batteries10.5 Key Patents Related to Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide (NMC) Batteries10.6 Key Patents Related to Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) Batteries 10.7 Key Patents Related to Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminum Oxide (LCA) Batteries10.8 Key Patents Related to Lithium Titanate ( LTO) Batteries10.9 Key Patents Related to Solid State Batteries (SSB)10.10 Key Patents Related to Solid State Batteries (SSB)11.0 Key Contacts11.1 Key ContactsLegal Disclaimer

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