The Way Toward Our Automotive Future
JLR Brand Values Jaguar and Land Rover Core Marque Values Beautiful fast cars, desired the world over Seductive Design Sporting Luxury Stimulating Performance Emotional Engineering To be the world’s leading brand at inspiring, creating and delivering a Spirit of Adventure Iconic design Best off-road Composed on-road Durable and refined Enabling technology Global Breadth
Where Are We Aiming Jaguar will still have to be • Beautiful • High performance Landrover will still have to be • That unique combination of Practicality and Luxury
Reducing Carbon Emissions Activity - Reduced transport usage Reduce carbon content of fuel or fuels from renewable sources Improve vehicle and power-train efficiency Life Cycle Analysis Sustainable Vehicles Hybrid Electric Vehicles Flywheel [Kinetic] Plug in Hybrids Electric Vehicles Combustion Transmission Driveline Powertrain Efficiency Weight Efficiency Vehicle Architecture Body in White Components Aerodynamics Tyres Chassis systems Energy management - Chassis systems - Electrical Weight Parasitics Propulsion
Carbon Footprint Efficiency Sustainability Parasitics New World Technology Performance Materials Cost Weight TechnologyFusion
Decarbonising Road Transport, the The Industry View • In 2008 UK Industry came together under the auspices of UK Government • Forming the New Automotive Innovation GrowthTeam • Requested to advise Government in respect to the emerging Low Carbon • technologies so that it could set the direction for the UK automotive industry • for the next 30 + years • The NAIGT made a series of recommendations which included a Road-Map • To electrification, marking the way with key Technology enablers which are • critical to success.
SERVE NAIGT ROADMAP
How LCVTP Addresses the Needs • Most existing projects are aiming at vehicle level applications • LCVTP is intended to take a good hard look at enabling technologies -Such as batteries/controls systems & parasitic losses etc
EV’s Components Hybrid EV’s Plug-in Hybrids Body in White Electrical Combustion Chassis Transmission Energy Management Weight Efficiency Driveline Chassis & Tyres Vehicle Architecture Power-train Efficiency Aerodynamics Efficient Propulsion Parasitics Weight
PARASITICS REDUCTION EFFICIENT PROPULSION WS1 Battery Packs WS2 Drive Motors WS5 Aux Power-units WS9 HVAC & Cooling WS3 Power Electronics WS4 HV Distribution WS10 Parasitic Losses WS11 Energy Recovery & Storage WS6 Vehicle Supervisory control WS13 HMI WS12 Aerodynamics WS8 Vehicle Dynamics & Traction Control WS14/15 Validator Vehicles WS7 Lightweight structures BRAND COMPATIBLE EXPERIENCE
W/Stream Leader Valerie Self Aidan Gregory Phil Mawby John Okell Steve Wellstead Mike Richardson Richard Dashwood Helen jackson Neil Beloe Corin Wren Corin Wren Mark Dickison Mark Williams Ian Foston Rachel Smith Participating Partners Tata/JLR/UoW/Ric Zytek/JLR/Tata/UoW/Ric/MIRA UoWJLR/Tata/Ric/Zytek/ Tata/JLR/UoW/Ric/Zytek Ricardo/JLR/UoW/UoC/MIRA JLR/Tata/UoW/Ric/Zytek UoW/JLR/Tata/UoC/MIRA JLR/Tata/UoW/Ric/UoC/MIRA JLR/Tata/UoW/Ric/UoC/MIRA Ric/JLR/UoW/UoC Ric/JLR/Tata/UoW/UoC UoC/JLR/Tata/Ric/UoC/MIRA UoW/JLR/Tata/UoW/UoC JLR Tata AWM Low Carbon Technology Project WS1 – Batteries WS2 – Drive Motors WS3 – Power Electronics WS4 – HV EDS WS5 – APU WS6 – Vehicle Supervisory Controller WS7 – Lightweight structures WS8 – Vehicle Dynamics WS9 – HVAC & system Cooling WS10 – Parasitic Losses WS11 – Energy Storage & Recovery WS12 – Aerodynamic Performance WS13 – HMI WS14 – JLR Validator Vehicle WS15 – TATA Validator Vehicle
How Can You get involved ? Work-streams represented at a break-out tables around you, Please make sure that you introduce yourselves. Please do complete the Expression of Interest proforma’s.