Perhaps traffic congestion will be less of a problem. Of course, then there’s air traffic control. . .
Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Design & Production
Nobody wants water leaking into electric car battery packs. But keeping them dry can be a challenge, says Thomas Parker, North American automotive sales manager for Inficon Holding AG.
SNAP is an electrified self-driving shuttle concept from Switzerland’s Rinspeed AG that carries detachable pods aboard a “skateboard” platform that contains the powertrain, battery and electronic controls.
Leak-testing expert INFICON Holding AG can help carmakers keep moisture out of electronic devices, including under-floor batteries for electric cars.
The changing landscape requires not only new approaches to powertrains—but even new types of vehicles. Here’s how one supplier is addressing these changes.
Don’t let the lithium-ion references fool you. Lead still matters.
ExxonMobil is ready for EVs
While the number of battery electric vehicles is still small in the UK, BP is building out infrastructure