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eRupt Transmission Patent Says It Could Be Used In Other Applications

In the fast-evolving landscape of electric vehicles (EVs), Stellantis continues to strive to bridge the gap from conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) with its groundbreaking eRupt transmission. Designed to redefine the driving experience for EV enthusiasts, the eRupt transmission represents a paradigm shift in automotive engineering. Let’s delve deeper into how this innovative technology works and its implications for the future of electric mobility. Understanding the eRupt Transmission – At its core, the eRupt transmission is a sophisticated system that aims to replicate the sensation of gear shifting in traditional ICE vehicles. Unlike conventional transmissions … (read full article...)

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bill burke

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Dec 9, 2020
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For some of us experiencing future shock (pun intended) all electric vehicles and their current inconveniences are not desirable but even old farts like me must acknowledge they will eventually play a greater and greater role in the automotive world. Yes, free market forces, which I believe drive consumption, are impacting the industry and sobering the decision makers to their overly ambitious electrification timeframe. However electrics are here to stay and innovation and technology will drive more people to them eventually. Stellantis continues to be committed to their Dare Forward plan, which will succumb substantially to market realities with necessary modifications, but technological talent and the commitment they have embraced could lead to dominance in the evolving market in the long term. Us seasoned veterans (aka old folks) may be more than reluctant with this Dare Forward commitment, but even this ancient Mopar warrior is intrigued by this transmission and yes, I have to drive a Charger Daytona because I still have some “spark”in my battery. Pun intended.

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