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Automotive Powertrain Technology International

June 2022

The June 2022 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

CZINGER 21C : Chief engineer, Ewan Baldry, and director of powertrain, Jim Maher, give APTI the lowdown on the Czinger 21C – a high-performance hybrid that shines a light on the myriad possibilities of additive manufacturing.

OEM INTERVIEW : Mercedes-AMG: Chief technical officer Jochen Hermann discusses the prospects for the V8 engine in Affalterbach as parent company Daimler invests more money into an electric future.

AWARDS : Ahead of the International Automotive Powertrain of the Year Awards’ return from hiatus, judges from around the world dissect some of the most impressive drive systems to hit the market in recent times.

BATTERY SIMULATION : Industry experts at the likes of Batemo, About:Energy and Comsol debate the efficacy of physics-based and equivalent circuit modeling as simulation becomes increasingly important.

KOENIGSEGG QUARK : Koenigsegg combines radial and axial flux tech to deliver a compact and powerful e-motor that tips the scales at just 30kg. The OEM’s e-motor design lead Dragos-Mihai Postariu gives APTI the full development story.

WIRELESS CHARGING : Could wireless charging offer fast, convenient charging for future EVs? Specialists from Volvo, VW Group and WiTricity deliberate whether the industry and its external stakeholders will come together to make it work.



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Sam joined the UKi Media & Events automotive team in 2017. Having started out as assistant editor for a number of titles including Automotive Powertrain Technology International, Automotive Testing Technology International and Professional Motorsport World, he was appointed editor of PTI in 2020. Sam produces content for both the magazine and website.

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