Battery Packs of Modern xEVs Report

Table of Contents

  1. xEV Battery System Key Design Attributes
    1. ESS Definition (slides 4 and 5)
    2. ESS Requirements & Specifications Derivation (slides 7 to 17)
    3. ESS Design
      1. Battery Cell (slides 20 & 21)
      2. Mechanical Subsystem (slides 23 & 25)
      3. Thermal Subsystem (slides 27 to 31)
      4. BMS Hardware Subsystem (slides 33 to 38)
      5. BMS Software Subsystem (slides 40 to 46)
    4. ESS Validation (slides 48 to 50)
    5. ESS Integration (slides 52 & 60)
    6. ESS Battery Life (slides 62 to 65)
    7. ESS Cell Safety (slides 67 & 68)
    8. ESS Safety (slides 70 to 80)
    9. ESS Product Development Plan (slides 82 to 89)
  2. Battery Packs for EVs
    1. EVs discussed in this section (slides 4 & 5)
    2. Battery packs for EVs – Analysis (slides 7 to 17)
    3. Vehicle-specific review for production EVs
      • US/EU/JP/KR vehicles
        • BMW Group (slides 19 to 22)
        • BYD (slides 23 to 26)
        • Daimler Group (slides 27 to 38)
        • FCA Group (slides 39 to 42)
        • Ford (slides 43 to 46)
        • General Motors (slides 47 to 50)
        • Honda (slides 51 to 54)
        • Hyundai Motor Group (slides 55 to 62)
        • Jaguar (slides 63 to 66)
        • Mitsubishi (slides 67 to 71)
        • Nissan (slides 72 to 75)
        • Renault Group (slides 76 to 82)
        • Tesla (slides 83 to 89)
        • Toyota (slides 90 to 93)
        • Volkswagen Group (slides 94 to 105)
      • Chinese EVs
        • EVs discussed in this section (slide 107)
        • EV Trends (slides 108 to 114)
        • BAIC (slides 115 to 127)
        • BYD (slides 128 to 133)
        • Chery (134 to 139)
        • Denza (140 to 142)
        • Geely (143 to 145)
        • Hawtai (146 to 148)
        • JAC (149 to 153)
        • JMC (154 to 156)
        • NIO (157 to 160)
        • SAIC (161 to 164)
        • Zhidou (165 to 167)
        • Zotye (168 to 170)
  3. Battery Packs for PHEVs
    1. PHEVs discussed in this section (slides 4 & 5)
    2. Battery packs for PHEVs – Analysis (slides 7 to 19)
    3. Vehicle-specific review for production PHEVs
      • US/EU/JP/KR PHEVs
        • BMW Group (slides 21 to 33)
        • Daimler Group (slides 34 to 37)
        • FCA Group (slides 38 to 41)
        • Fisker/Karma Automotive (slides 42 to 45)
        • Ford (slides 46 to 49)
        • General Motors (slides 50 to 54)
        • Honda (slides 55 to 58)
        • Hyundai Motor Group (slides 59 to 62)
        • Mitsubishi (slides 63 to 66)
        • Subaru (slides 67 to 70)
        • Toyota (slides 71 to 74)
        • Volkswagen Group (slides 75 to 88)
        • Volvo (slides 89 to 92)
      • Chinese PHEVs
        • PHEVs discussed in this section (slide 94)
        • PHEV/EREV Trends (slides 95 to 98)
        • BYD (slides 99 to 102)
        • Chery (slides 103 to 106)
        • Geely (slides 107 to 110)
        • SAIC (slides 111 to 114)
  4. Battery Packs for HEVs
    1. HEVs discussed in this section (slides 3 & 4)
    2. Battery packs for HEVs – Analysis (slides 6 to 16)
    3. Vehicle-specific review for production HEVs
      • BMW Group (slides 18 to 25)
      • Daimler Group (slides 26 to 34)
      • FCA (slides 35 to 38)
      • Ford (slides 39 to 45)
      • General Motors (slides 46 to 54)
      • Honda (slides 55 to 62)
      • Hyundai Motor Group (slides 63 to 67)
      • Mazda (slides 68 to 70)
      • Nissan (slides 71 to 75)
      • Subaru (slides 76 to 79)
      • Toyota (slides 80 to 92)
      • Volkswagen Group (slides 93 to 100)
  5. Charging Systems of EV/PHEVs
    1. Charging systems overview (slides 4 to 7)
    2. Charging standards (slides 9 to 16)
    3. Application usage of charging (slides 18 to 27)
    4. Vehicle trends for production EVs (slides 29 to 31)
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