Magna has unveiled its next generation 800V eDrive solution at CES 2024.
Its technology has enabled a significant reduction in weight and size, and extended driving range, the firm says.
Diba Ilunga, President of Powertrain at Magna said: “Through seamless integration of our systems, we have successfully reduced our reliance on aluminium and heavy rare earth materials, resulting in a significant reduction of CO₂ emissions during production by approximately 20% compared to previous generation eDrives.”
A key technology and a supplier industry-first advancement is the ability to rotate the eDrive 90 degrees around the drive axis, which allows improved system integration in the front and rear vehicle space.
Magna says its next generation eDrive can be applied as a primary or complementary secondary drive solution with an optional eDecoupling unit for vehicles in the C, D, and E segments.
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It delivers a peak power of 250 kW and a peak axle torque of 5,000 Nm.