The main generation of electric vehicles with the new measured stage charge and 48 volt electrical framework be available in 2016.
Other than wagering on the plug-in hybrid technology innovation joining e-tron models, Audi is advancing the charge of whatever is left of their scope of vehicles with the new innovation of light mild hybrid hybridization.
In around a time of ten years, Audi will prepare all its new models, aside from the e-tron, with the new particular stage jolt, electrical frameworks fusing 12 and 48 volts.
In 2016, the helper 48-volt electrical system will be showcased in another model of large scale manufacturing, which will likewise consolidate in its gear the electrically controlled compressor and electromechanical dynamic move stabilizer. The generator still works with the principle system of 12 volts; a DC/DC transformer interconnects the 12-volt electrical framework with assistant 48-volt electrical framework.
The following period of extension is gotten ready for 2017, when delicately hybridization will be propelled on the premise of 48-volt innovation. Here, the 12-volt framework will be associated by a capable transformer DC/DC 48-volt system, which will end up being the fundamental electrical system. The lithium-particle battery that is required is roughly the same size as a traditional battery, and warm administration is adequate air cooling.
In the medium term, Audi plans to apply the innovation of 48 volt assistant gear, for example, pumps and framework parts support the motor, cooling frameworks and transmission. As of now, these frameworks are using pressurized water or through the ignition motor; then again, in the event that they are electrically determined, they may be controlled on interest and may likewise be additionally lighter and more compact. What’s more, the same can be connected to different frameworks that require a lot of energy, for example, warmed windows or sound frameworks. Buyers and little control units or the lights will stay with 12-volt systems later on.
New modular platform for electrification of Audi