Lexus hasn't released an electric car, but when it does it could use in-wheel electric motors, a technology the company is developing, according to company vice president Koji Sato.
Lamborghini Aventador replacement likely to have V-12 aided by electrification
The Lamborghini Aventador is a technological marvel, with its Formula 1-inspired inboard dampers, all-wheel drive, rear-wheel steering, and V-12 engine. The stunning supercar dates back to 2011, so it's due for replacement fairly soon. We have reported that 2020 could be the target date for an...Kirk Bell
GKN Drivelines introduces off-the-shelf torque-vectoring eAxle
Last week we saw Bosch reveal its "e-axle" off-the-shelf" electric powertain solution for automakers who don't have the means or inclination to develop their own. Now another company is doing something similar. GKN Driveline, a leading supplier of automotive drivelines and technologies, introduced...Jeff Glucker
GM Building Electric Motors In-House For New Rear-Wheel Drive Hybrids
GM will expand its in-house electric vehicle development capabilities by becoming the first major automaker in the U.S. to design and manufacture its own electric motors for future hybrid and plug-in hybrid models. While the news is nothing to rave about, GM has revealed that its first electric...Viknesh Vijayenthiran