The company for the production of first-class automotive components, Badve Engineering and Israeli startup EVR Motors have announced a strategic commercial agreement to produce India’s own trapezoidal stator – RFPM electric motors, which will be almost twice less in weight and size than similar engines. It is also claimed that it is equipped with the highest power and torque.

Badve Group has already initiated a process of joint development and localization at one of its facilities in Pune for the production of EV engines and is currently developing prototypes to service Indian OEMs. The company plans to increase production to an annual capacity of 0.5 million units by mid-2023 to meet growing demand for EVs. Commenting on the development, Sumed Badwe (President of EV) said: “This partnership is in line with our core vision of sustainability and net zero emissions through green mobility. We are confident that these engines are best suited for use in reusable Indian terrain and provide exciting terrain. experience for Indian racers ”. Badve Group has 29 facilities with a high level of automation and specializes in the production of automotive components for the segments of two-, three-wheeled, photovoltaic and commercial vehicles.

In the segment of three-wheeled vehicles, the cooperation will cover both the markets of commercial and passenger vehicles (categories L3 and L5), which are expected to grow strongly in India in the coming years. Two- and three-wheeled vehicles make up about 90 percent of the Indian electric car market. It is estimated that 6 million tricycles are sold annually in India, and half a million of them are electric.

Ofer Doron, CEO of EVR Motors, added: “Together with other recently announced agreements, this partnership will expand our common target market to cover the most significant OEMs in the strongest sectors of the e2 car market in India. EVR is proud of the trust that our customers place in us and our technology, as well as the opportunity to play a significant role in electrifying Indian mobility. ” EVR is now developing a variety of engines suitable for most mobile and industrial applications. ”

Previous articleRenault’s e-delivery solution combines a van, a bicycle and a drone
Next articleThe new prototype that Porsche hopes will become its latest legend