This database identifies the suppliers of energy storage, propulsion and associated components together with specifications for all Hybrid and EV vehicles in production. Hybrids and electric vehicles are one of the most exciting areas of development in the automotive industry at present.
The positioning of OEMs and Suppliers in this area will be critical to their long term success. With new developments and entrants breaking cover on an almost daily basis there is a mass of information to keep pace with. There are significant challenges to be overcome to achieve success in this segment and technology and supply decisions will provide the most enlightening pointers to the way that the automotive industry may develop over the next decade, as hybrids and, eventually, electric vehicles inevitably assume a greater role.
In order to provide a comprehensive overview of the hybrid and EV industry supply base, IHS Automotive has developed a Database, which will be continually updated as new vehicles are launched and will provide the subscriber access to a detailed analysis of the developing state of play in this fast evolving market segment.
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The Database identifies the suppliers of energy storage, propulsion and associated components together with specifications for all electric, fuel cell, mild & full hybrid, and ICE/Stop Start vehicles in production. The coverage is on a global basis and identifies the supply base in the following component areas:
The Database is populated with 33 data fields per model for 1666 variants. If you would like to view a sample, please contact your regional representative as follows:
T: +1 248 465 2844
T: +81 3 4530 9851
Europe, Middle East & Africa
T: +44 (0) 1733 520 066
*Also available as a one-off delivery for €5,165 or $7,200.
IHS also provide comprehensive technical and geographic coverage of future alternative propulsion systems with forecast volumes and cycle plans for the next 7 years. Read more at http://www.ihs.com/products/automotive/powertrain-forecasts/
The Hybrid-EV Technology Database is an essential resource for anyone wishing to follow developments in this key sector.