EVR Motors inaugurates electric motor coil factory in India

Israeli startup EVR Motors has opened a factory to manufacture electric motor coils in India. It is the first plant from an Israeli automotive company in the country.

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EVR Motors’ Indian plant is located in Manesar, an industrial hub in the state of Haryana in the northern region and home to the largest auto factory (900,000 vehicles/annum) of Maruti Suzuki, the nation’s biggest automaker. The company can manufacture trapezoidal geometry coils for approximately 20,000 electric motors per month in this production facility. At a later stage, it plans to expand the production capacity to a level that’d be sufficient for approximately 100,000 electric motors.

Trapezoidal geometry coils are a key component of EVR Motors’ Trapezoidal Stator Radial Flux Permanent Magnet (RFPM) motor, which the company presented in 2021. EVR Motors makes smaller, lighter, and more cost-effective motors using RFPM technology with outputs ranging from 6 kW to 150 kW. Thus, its motors are a good fit for a variety of auto applications, including not only two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and passenger cars but also commercial vehicles and off-road vehicles.

EVR Motors has already inked deals with key Indian OEMs to supply them with electric motors for two/three-wheelers, passenger cars, LCVs, buses, and boats starting this year. The electric motors manufactured using the coils from the new Manesar facility will serve both Indian and international players. The company mentions Belrise Group, EKA Mobility, Napino, and RSB Transmissions as some of its main customers.

“The opening of our new manufacturing plant in Manesar marks a major milestone in EVR’s mission to transform electric mobility through pioneering motor technologies,” said Nick Rogers, Chairman of EVR Motors. “EVR India represents a cornerstone of our business model. By establishing our own production facility for these electric motor coils, we’re securing a critical component and ensuring a robust, stable supply chain for our customers. This vertical integration strategy underpins our company’s growth plans, not only for India but also for our global operations.”

EVR Motors’ electric motors come in both cost-effective air-cooled and longer-lasting liquid-cooled versions. Technically, liquid-cooled motors make more sense for India’s predominantly hot weather, with approximately 50 degrees Celsius recorded during summer. However, stringent cost targets in economy segments make the air-cooled motors an attractive choice. The voltage also varies depending on the application, from 48 volts to 800 volts, giving customers great versatility.

Source: Infos per email, greencarcongress.com


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