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    Tata Motors 48V Mild Hybrid Development

    AESIN Conference 2016

    20th October 2016

    The National Motorcycle Museum

    Presented by Yong Pang

    Tata Motors European Technical Centre plc

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    Contents

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    • About Tata Motors and TMETC plc

    • Current market with 48V mild hybrid

    • Indian market

    • Tata Motors 48V mild hybrid

    • Tata Motors Bolt BEV

    • Contacts

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    Tata Motors

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    Tata Motors group

    India's largest automobile company

    Revenues of $42 billion in 2015-16

    Operations in the UK, South Korea, Thailand, South Africa, and Indonesia

    Industrial joint venture with Fiat in India

    Indian market leader in commercial vehicles

    Among the top in passenger vehicles with winning products in the compact, midsize car and utility vehicle segments

    Engineering

    IT & Communications

    Materials

    Energy

    Chemicals & Agribusiness

    Consumer products

    Services

    Tata Motors – Tata Motors European Technical Centre Jaguar Land Rover Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company

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    TMETC’s foundation

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    TMETC was established in September 2005 to help accelerate Tata Motors Limited’s (TML) development

    o European centre, based in the UK

    Primary role – provider of engineering services to TML

    o Focus on passenger cars

    o Both product technology and product engineering processes

    Mandate to provide engineering services to Third Parties and for collaborative research

    o Maintain exposure of team to others’ best practices and technologies

    Team initially recruited from global OEMs, consultancies and first tier suppliers

    o Subsequent commitment to developing new talent and continuous professional development

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    Current market – Benefit

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    *Delphi

    *Continental

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    Current market – Solutions

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    Indian market – Cost

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    A hatch

    2 lakh 4 lakh 6 lakh 8 lakh 10 lakh 12 lakh 14 lakh 16 lakh 18 lakh 20 lakh

    €2700 €5400 €8000 €10700 €13500 €16200 €18600 €21500 €24200 €26900

    B1 hatch

    B2 hatch

    C1 sedan

    C2 sedan D1 sedan

    SUV

    D2 sedan

    Price

    range

    Source: Auto Punditz http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian-car-scene/177998-june-2016-indian-car-sales-figures-analysis.html

    Automatic/manual transmission

    currently 1:10

    Gasoline/diesel currently 2:1

    Average annual driven distance

    is 8000km

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    Indian market – Urban drive

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    Q. How much

    benefit would a

    traditional

    stop/start system

    give to the driver

    on real-world

    Indian usage?

    A. Based on the

    Pune data, slightly

    less than in typical

    European usage

    (5-10%) because

    of the shorter stop

    durations (the

    engine would be

    ‘off’ for less time)

    India uses a modified version of

    the NEDC cycle that should

    reward stop/start systems

    (because of the stops)

    As well as the benefit to drivers, there is also a

    headline fuel consumption / CO2 figure calculated

    for each new car from the Indian Driving Cycle-

    this figure would benefit from having stop/start.

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    Indian market – Successful hybrid

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    • Low additional purchase price

    • Demonstrable fuel savings

    • Familiar driver controls/operation

    • Made in India/ Made for India

    features

    Pricing the car into the

    next price bracket is ‘no-

    go’

    Purchasers eagerly

    compare fuel efficiency

    ratings and achieved

    values

    Must be no harder to drive

    in heavy traffic- where it

    will spend most of its life

    • Aircon operation must be

    unaffected

    • ‘Creep’ functions would be

    welcomed in traffic

    • Start/Stop must be

    seamless- it will be operating

    many times per journey

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    Tata Motors 48V Mild Hybrid – P0

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    Tata Motors 48V Mild Hybrid – P2

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    Bolt BEV

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    • Max motor power: 80kW

    • Battery: 350V, 16kWh

    • 0-100kmph: 10seconds

    • Max speed: 120kmph

    • Range: 120km

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    Contacts

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    • Technical contact: Dr Graham Gest PhD CEng MIET

    Chief Engineer – Power and Safety Systems

    Email: [email protected]

    Office: +44 (0)2476 151221

    UK Mobile: +44 (0)7515 974280

    India Mobile: +91 (0) 9881 718569

    • Commercial contact:

    Miss Claire Packer

    Email: [email protected]

    UK Mobile: +44 (0)7826 858936

    • Tata Motors European Technical Centre plc

    International Automotive Research Centre

    University of Warwick

    Coventry CV4 7AL, UK