|Soumitra Bhattacharya, MD, Bosch Ltd & President, Bosch India Group with Jan Oliver Rohrl, CTO & Director, Bosch Ltd.
Bosch will soon offer end-to-end solutions including drive components and intelligent charging infrastructures. The plans are much in line with the Indian government’s initiative to go all-electric by 2030, and Bosch is providing scalable solutions from 0.25kW to 300 kW across segments – from two-wheelers to commercial vehicles, to make the powertrain more powerful and energy efficient.
|The Bosch powered electric vehicle
A new ‘Agile Project House’ has been set up in India to work on prototype development and system integration, to get feasible electro mobility solutions on the streets. The company also demonstrated its indigenously developed, fully electric high-voltage vehicle system with the 400 volt, 85kW powertrain, one of the first of its kind in the Indian market.
At the Bosch India Technology Exposition 2018, one can get a glimpse of electrified and powertrain solutions, eAxle (that combines the motor, power electronics and transmission into a modular & scalable unit), advanced driver assistance systems and more.