Designed to help automakers and suppliers to effectively expand and compete in new EV markets, the 437-page report features detailed analyses and comparisons of the motors used in the Tesla Model 3, BMW i3, Chevrolet Bolt, Jaguar I-PACE, Nissan LEAF, Audi e-tron, Chevrolet Volt and Toyota Prius.
Munro has incorporated its Lean Design, Quality Report Card, manufacturing, ergonomic, best-of-best studies, and predictive costing into the benchmarking process for the report, which includes:
- Side-by-side motor comparison for torque, power ratings, motor types, application, part count, cost and weight;
- A dedicated report for each motor that provides detailed dimensional data, including dimensions and weights, discreet part dimensions, gauss values of magnets, pole counts and magnet configurations;
- Complete technical cost analysis of each motor, including the stator, rotor, rotor shaft and resolver target wheel (excludes motor housings, gear train, controls); and
- An appendix with supplemental technical performance data and material chemical analysis.
For those interested in EV technology benchmarking information beyond motors, Munro is currently conducting a complete teardown and analysis of the new Tesla Model Y. For the first time, Munro is sharing a glimpse of the discovery process via daily videos available on www.MunroLive.com.
Source: Munro & Associates