Integral Powertrain Ltd will return to CENEX LCV 2017 following an exciting year of growth and new projects. Visit their Integral e-Drive team to talk first-hand about the latest developments and capabilities of its leading power density electric motors.
Success in high performance passenger car and motorsport has been augmented by the creation of a joint venture with Magna (Integral Powertrain Technology Ltd (IPTT)) to develop and industrialise low voltage mass market applications under the brand SuperGen.
With a superior capability in innovative next generation ICE concepts Integral Powertrain are ideally positioned to satisfy tomorrow’s requirements for advanced hybrid architectures and further electrification of the powertrain.
CENEX is the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle technology show and networking event that attracted over 2800 visitors last year. The event boasts a lively seminar programme, ride & drive to experience the latest advances and extensive technology exhibition where you can get up close and personal with the technologies and some of the people responsible for them.
The Integral e-Drive team will be present to welcome you and to discuss the latest technology advances and services. They will be at the exhibition to meet new clients and to welcome existing clients.
Enquiries can be made at +44 (0) 1908 278 600 and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Integral Powertrain
Integral Powertrain is a powertrain design and development specialist that supports OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in delivering innovative and competitive products to market. It possesses a track record of in-depth powertrain expertise across a wide range of sectors and markets, including passenger cars, on and off-highway, commercial vehicles, aerospace and motorsport.
Capabilities include internal combustion engines, boosting and turbo-compounding, CO2 analysis and reduction, emissions and controls, high-speed and high-power density e-machines, and IPM technology with integrated inverter systems to deliver high-volume hybridisation.