EV transmission17 July 2018 | Automotive Manufacturing Solutions
BorgWarner says its eGearDrive transmission has been designed for the emerging high-volume electric vehicle market and is featured in First Automotive Works (FAW) Group’s Besturn B30EV and Junpai A70E.
The company says this transmission features an efficient helical gear train that offers quiet performance and it’s claimed can handle high input speeds of up to 14,000rpm. It’s available in a range of ratios for a variety of electric motor sizes to provide optimised vehicle acceleration and top speed. In addition, an electronically actuated park lock system is available and the company says that approximately 99% of the materials used in this transmission are recyclable.