There are reports of a new breed of electric vehicles called New Energy Vehicles. These are having the potential to form 50% of sales in China. New energy vehicles (NEVs) and HEVs are projected to account for 50 percent of China’s estimated new car purchases by 2035. This objective reflects China’s commitment to succeed in adopting a fully electric transportation system soon. During the move towards renewable energy transportation, the automotive sector faces several difficult challenges. First and foremost, the idea that it still has a long way to popularize electric cars.
Further confirmation from experts relates that it will still take more time for electric vehicles to be popularized. This, in turn, includes other constraints like safety, range, development cost, battery service life, and infrastructures are among the bottlenecks.
By enhancing automotive capacity technology, China reduces estimated PV energy output, practically achieving a goal of 5L per 100km by 2020. The large-scale use of high pressure, Miller cycles, dynamic displacements, and low-frozen engine technology have allowed gasoline engines to achieve thermal efficiency close to the world’s objective level of 40%. The vehicles’ transmission capacity has been channeled from 7DCT (7-speed dual-clutch transmission), and 8AT (8-speed automatic transmission) have been pushed into power production.
However, despite efficiency numbers favoring internal combustion engines, results show that a diversified source of auto-related technologies and clean energy sources will better befit China’s national conditions. However, there are concerns about whether it is right to have the traditional oil-fueled vehicle industry highlighted while developing electrification. According to paneling, experts in charge of the project agree that China’s conventional auto industry should promote the full transition towards HEV. The electrification efforts are primarily for powertrain solutions, including all-electric vehicle (BEV), HEV and fuel cell vehicle (FCV)
Mr. Zhang assessed possibilities in the future from the point of view of an OEM. He further states that the system bases electrification of transportation as the fundamental starting point. Likewise, he also hinted at the industry, starting with a mild hybrid electric vehicle (MHEV). A truly outstanding discovery then finds that it limits fuel consumption, and the real value varies greatly. It is inadequate to address the potential problems that might arise. Therefore casually brings the need for Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Partially Hybrid Electric Vehicles, and Battery Electric Vehicles to be created. Zhang insists that the options can coexist in the same vehicle spectrum without competition, each covering their niche in the market.