The global push for net-zero carbon emissions is accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). Increased public spending on subsidies and incentives and the surging popularity of electric cars are expected to drive the global EV market to grow by more than 18% a year to surpass 64 million units by 2030, according to GlobalData.

As EV sales keep rising, the automobile industry is increasingly looking for advanced and cost-effective components and technologies to ensure improved range, wider model availability and enhanced performance of electric vehicles.

Finding the best electric vehicle components suppliers

Just Auto has listed some of the leading suppliers of electric vehicle components based on its intel, insights, and decades-long experience in the sector.

The list includes contract manufacturers and suppliers of a broad range of EV products and solutions, from electric vehicle battery components, charging systems, brakes and tires to electric motors, power electronics, and electric axle drive systems.

The list also includes suppliers of intelligent sensors, electronic control units, sophisticated thermal management systems, high-performance computers, interactive displays, and other components of electric vehicles that are designed to provide the best-in-class efficiency, safety, and convenience.

The information contained within the document is meant for automakers, EV original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), automotive designers, engineers, consultants, system integrators, EV technicians, service managers and mechanics, and other automotive industry executives and technology leaders involved in EV design, production, and servicing.

The download contains detailed information on electric vehicle components suppliers and their product and service lines, along with contact details to aid your purchasing or hiring decision.

Types of components for electric vehicles

The main components of EVs include, but are not limited to:

  • Traction battery packs
  • Electric motors
  • DC/AC and DC/DC converters
  • Electric power control units
  • Charge ports and onboard chargers
  • Transformers and inductors
  • Power electronics controllers
  • Electric axle drive systems
  • Auxiliary batteries, and
  • Thermal management and multi-speed transmission systems