AUSTRALIA: Independent 42-volt auxiliary power unit for vehicles promised for Detroit
An Australian-owned company claims it will be the first to demonstrate a fully-functioning vehicle with an independently powered 42-volt electrical system, at the Detroit motor show in January. Aria Power Products (APP) is developing the modified Ford Lincoln Navigator to demonstrate an automotive auxiliary power unit (AAPU) that could play a leading role in the forthcoming global uprating of car electrical systems from 12 to 42 volts.
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