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AEV Technologies, Inc., designer and manufacturer of compact, light-duty emissions-free electric vehicles for urban commercial, consumer and government markets, announces the launch of a new electric vehicle category with the release of the AEV 311.
BorgWarner is boosting the power potential of its durable, high-performance Engineered For Racing (EFR™) Series aftermarket turbochargers with the announcement of three new super-cores – the new EFR 8474, EFR 9274 and EFR 9280 – featuring new compressor wheels with updated blade geometries and larger inducer diameters.
The current trend toward 48-volt electrified vehicles is growing as the automotive industry faces two important challenges. Vehicles need to be more efficient to meet stringent emissions regulations even a 48-volt architecture has limited electrical energy storage.
Automobile parts company Mando (CEO Chung Mong-won) hosted "Flawless Launching Ceremony" for MGH-100 (Mugunghwa-100), an electronic brake system (EBS) at Brake Business Headquarters in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do on September 18, with Halla Group Chairman Chung Mong-won and eighty executives in attendance.