It’s not only the inside of vehicle cabins that are becoming more electrified. Looking under the hood of most cars, you’ll see power traction and propulsion devices, as well as traditional internal combustion engines, are becoming more “smarter” and electrified. However, looking under the hood in hybrid and fully battery-powered electric vehicles, there are even more electronic components at work, especially when it comes to powertrains.
The successful implementation of powertrains in hybrid and electric vehicles depends on the efficacy the components within them. In this webinar, Axel Schmidt (Field Application Engineer) explores what those powertrain implementations entail and which passive components are critical for their success.