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A u t o m o t i v e t e c h n o l o g i e s : t h e U K s c n i A u t o m o t i v e C o u n c i l C o m m o n R e s e a r c h A g e n d a t o d e l i v e r Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 3

Consensus OEM Roadmap:

Propulsion

SHORT TERM 5 – 10 years from production

INDUSTRY

  • IC engine optimisation

  • Boost systems for downsizing

  • Flexible valve/actuation for

engines/transmissions

  • Low cost compact e-motors

MEDIUM TERM 7 – 15 years from production

  • Higher efficiency IC engines

  • Capacitive boost systems

  • All electric actuation systems

  • Optimised range extender engine

  • Lower cost e-motor

  • Heat energy recovery (e.g. E-turbine)

LONG TERM 10 – 20 years from production

UNIVERSITIES

  • Super high efficiency motors (superconducting)

  • New IC engines with 70%+ thermal efficiency

  • Advanced heat energy recovery (e.g. thermoelectric)

  • Motor/Fuel Cell materials

Energy Storage

Vehicle Efficiency

System Control

Energy + Fuel Supply

Processes

  • +

    Tools

Next gen batteries 300+ Wh/kg and $500/kW.h cost

Flexible power elec. modules

Other forms of energy recovery (mechanical/chemical etc)

  • Improved quality / durability 200+ Wh/kg & $800/kW.h cost battery systems

  • Low cost power electronics

  • 3rd gen batteries 400+ Wh/kg & $200/kW.h cost

  • New low cost solid state power conversion systems

  • Hydrogen storage technology

  • Lightweight structures and interiors

  • Low rolling resistance tyres / brakes

  • New vehicle classes and configurations

  • Combination of function to reduce

weight / cost

  • Information enabled control (Topology,

V2V, V2I, traffic etc.)

  • Optimised vehicle energy mgmt.

Minimised weight / losses

Advanced information enabled control

Intelligent P/T and HVAC mgmt.

  • Flexible re-configurable multi-utility

vehicle concepts

  • 50% weight reduction from 2008

  • Advanced aerodynamic concepts

  • Autonomous P/T and vehicle control

integrated with active safety

  • Intelligent thermal management

  • Optimised 1st gen biofuels processes

  • New 2nd gen biofuel processes

Intelligent energy / re-fuelling infrastructure 3rd gen biofuel processes

(e.g. fast charge)

Industrial scale demonstration of new 2nd gen biofuel processes

  • 2nd gen industrial scale biofuel

production infrastructure

  • Process + delivery tool development

and connectivity

  • Auto-optimisation methods using virtual

systems

  • Artificial Intelligence to deliver complex

multi-criteria system optimisation

Source: An Independent Report on the Future of

the Automotive Industry in the UK – New Automotive Innovation & Growth Team (NAIGT)

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