Feb 20, 2017 - 12:25 pm

ZF, Porsche, LG Chem, Eberspaecher, Wolfspeed.

ZF-8DT-300x150ZF and Porsche together developed a new 8-Speed dual clutch transmission for sports vehicles. The modular hybrid transmission kit works for rear-wheel and all-wheel drives. It was possible to integrate a 100 kW hybrid module without increasing the length of the transmission as compared to the current 7DT sports transmission. The 8DT will first be used in the Porsche Panamera.
zf.com

LG Chem to grow in China? News of the Koreans expanding their battery production in Michigan are echoed in China. Apparently LG Chem plans to grow its facility in Nanjing, Business Korea learned. Already the factory can produce enough cells for 50,000 EV and 180,000 PHEV a year.
businesskorea.co.kr

Control platform for e-buses: Eberspaecher Suetrak developed E-Control, a platform that provides centralised control of all thermal management components on-board an electric bus. The tool is compact and can be retrofitted at any time.
eberspaecher.com

No to Infineon: Cree Inc said it would terminate a deal to sell its Wolfspeed division to German chipmaker Infineon, citing security concerns raised by the U.S. government recently. Both companies failed to find a way to work around said issues.
reuters.com, marketwatch.com

Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2017/02/20/zf-porsche-lg-chem-eberspaecher-wolfspeed/
20.02.2017 12:47