Hybrid vehicle transmissions utilise the electric motor to bridge the torque gap present during synchronisation, this is not possible for all shift scenarios due to limiting factors of the electric motor. Zeroshift caters for these torque gaps that electric motors are unable to fill.
Hybrid vehicle transmission efficiency is an important factor contributing to reduction in fuel consumption and emissions.
Electric vehicle transmission (EV transmission) efficiency contributes to improved performance, range and battery life.
Zeroshift is currently running a number of programmes integrating Zeroshift technology into various hybrid architectures and power classes. Zeroshift technology can be applied to hybrid and electric vehicle transmission (EV transmission) applications in the following sectors and more...
•Cars and motorcycles
•LGV's, commercial vehicles, buses
Customer application programmes are undertaken in the following phases:
Concept design - packaging and layout
Assemble and unit test
Mechanical and electrical installation
Communication with ECU
Calibrating for demonstration