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E-Motor Production Ramp-Up To Reach More Than 1 Million In France By 2024

New M3 Unit Will Power New Jeep® Avenger & Other B-SUVs From Stellantis...

Earlier this week, Stellantis announced the ramp-up of production of the all-new M3 electric motor (e-motor), as part of the automaker’s Emotors joint venture at its manufacturing facility in Trémery, Lorraine, France.

With a production capacity expected to reach more than 1 million e-motors per year by 2024, Stellantis has solidified its industrial footprint to achieve its goal of reaching 100% of battery-electric vehicle (BEV) passenger car mix in Europe by 2030, as outlined in the automaker’s Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan

Emotors M3 e-motor power unit. (Emotors).

“Our commitment to be the automotive sector’s champion in the fight against climate change is reflected in each of our sites by supporting our employees on the next step in the electric adventure,” said Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares. “Controlling our electrification value chain will ensure our technological independence in the context of economic and geopolitical crises while mitigating the impact of this dramatic change for our sites and employees, particularly in France where we are and will undoubtedly remain the commercial and industrial leader.”

2023 Jeep® Avenger BEV. (Jeep).

Starting next month, the new DS 3 E-TENSE, Peugeot e-208, Jeep® Avenger, and Opel Mokka Electric, will benefit from the high-efficiency M3 e-motor producing 115 kW (156 horsepower) and 260 Nm (191 ft.-lb.) of torque. Coupled with a new battery, the new e-motor is a major enabler to improve the vehicle’s efficiency, providing a range of more than 400 kilometers (248.5 miles). It will be fitted to the new generation of various Stellantis brand products as they are launched.

An employee inspects an M3 e-motor during the manufacturing process at the Trémery plant. (Emotors).

The Trémery site, which was one of the largest diesel production plants in the world, has been committed to the energy transition since 2018 with the support of its social partners and local elected officials. For more than a year, the Trémery plant has provided 6,000 hours of training to its employees. At the national level, the Company’s Electrification Academy supported the training of 15,000 French employees.

Source: Stellantis

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E-Motor Production Ramp-Up To Reach More Than 1 Million In France By 2024​

New M3 Unit Will Power New Jeep® Avenger & Other B-SUVs From Stellantis...​

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Earlier this week, Stellantis announced the ramp-up of production of the all-new M3 electric motor (e-motor), as part of the automaker’s Emotors joint venture at its manufacturing facility in Trémery, Lorraine, France.

With a production capacity expected to reach more than 1 million e-motors per year by 2024, Stellantis has solidified its industrial footprint to achieve its goal of reaching 100% of battery-electric vehicle (BEV) passenger car mix in Europe by 2030, as outlined in the automaker’s Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan.

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