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Dana delivers superior torque, longer range for light vehicles through its enhanced TM4® MOTIVE™ motor and inverter

Auto News - Published on Fri, 19 Apr 2019

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Dana Incorporated announced the introduction of its enhanced TM4® MOTIVE™ motor and inverter for the light-vehicle market. The product makes its debut today at AutoShanghai. The new TM4 MOTIVE motor and inverter from Dana are an integrated system featuring high-RPM permanent magnet electric motors, power-dense electronic inverters, and advanced controls that enable electric vehicles to meet the highest standards for efficiency, reliability, and performance. It is designed for seamless integration into Dana’s Spicer® gearboxes and e-Axles, providing a cost-effective, three-in-one turnkey solution to manufacturers of electric vehicles.

Optimized for passenger-car applications up to Class 2 commercial vehicles, the TM4 MOTIVE motor and inverter can be used individually as the front or rear drive for small passenger vehicles, or multiple systems can be configured to operate in tandem for higher gross vehicle weight applications.

Dana’s TM4 MOTIVE motor and inverter are the latest and most advanced package in the series, offering superior torque and power densities, extended driving range, and application versatility. It weighs 50 kg and is scalable up to 150 kW and 11,000 rpm. Also, the integrated inverter is 33 percent smaller than the previous generation.

The system is available now for customer testing, with production in China scheduled for 2020.

Mr Bob Pyle, president of Dana Light Vehicle Driveline Technologies said that “Technologies in the electric vehicle market are advancing quickly, delivering higher power densities, lighter weight, and maximum torque capability. Dana helps vehicle manufacturers in China power into e-Drive through a full portfolio of drive components, global systems expertise in electrification, and nearly 30 years of experience in the country.”

With an active and growing footprint in China to support vehicle electrification, Dana’s presence in China dates to 1991, and today operates 23 facilities in China that employ more than 6,750 people, including those operations in which Dana holds a minority interest.

Dana serves numerous light-vehicle manufacturers in China, including BMW, Daimler, Dongfeng Motor, Ford, GAC, Great Wall, Jinbei, Lamborghini, Porsche, SAIC, SGMW, Southeast Motor Corporation, Toyota, and VW Group.

In March, TM4 announced the production of its 12,000th TM4 SUMO™ electric powertrain for buses and commercial vehicles in China. Key Chinese customers include Higer, Yaxing, Foton, Yinlong, and King Long.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Fri, 19 Apr 2019
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