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Automotive technologies: the UK’s c Auntomoitive Council Individual manufacturers will prioritise certain

technologies to fit with brand values, but OEMs share a common view of a high level Technology Roadmap

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

  • NAIGT initiative revealed that UK Passenger Car OEM’s and associated Stakeholders have developed similar views on the potential rollout of low CO2 technologies

  • Recognition that a commonly agreed “OEM Consensus Roadmap” may be of assistance to the UK in prioritising its R&D investments in meeting CO2 challenges

Key Points related to the OEM Consensus Roadmap

  • OEMs share a common product technology roadmap and recognise the same technical

and commercial barriers.

  • Individual manufacturers will implement technologies which best address their own

brand values and market sectors.

  • In the near to medium term, improvement of conventional powertrains and transmissions can have a significant impact on fleet average CO2 by providing moderate benefits for a large proportion of the fleet.

  • In the medium to longer term it is anticipated that a technology shift to alternative powertrains and transmissions will be required to achieve the CO2 reduction targets from transport. Supported by alternative fuel delivery including grid electricity and hydrogen.

  • Both electrification and fuel cell vehicle technologies rely on the concurrent development of a “clean and sustainable” supply of energy

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