Power electronics for e-vehicles

BorgWarner opens technical center in Nuremberg

30. Mai 2022, 8:20 Uhr | Irina Hübner
Am 23. Mai 2022 hat BorgWarner feierlich sein neues technisches Zentrum in Nürnberg eingeweiht.
The inauguration of the technical center in Nuremberg was attended by local employees and representatives of BorgWarner management.
© BorgWarner

BorgWarner has inaugurated its new technical center in Nuremberg. By expanding its activities in a region known as a technology hub, the company aims to further strengthen its commitment to e-mobility.

  • Development of highly efficient power electronics planned
  • Location underlines BorgWarner's focus on e-mobility
  • Strong growth expected in the coming years

In the future, highly efficient power electronics will be developed for automotive manufacturers worldwide at the technical center, which is to be significantly expanded in the coming years.

400 V and 800 V in focus

For battery-powered electric vehicles, there is already a trend towards 400 V as the mainstream architecture and towards 800 V systems for the premium and high-performance segment. In the future, BorgWarner's system, software and hardware solutions for the sophisticated power electronics of these vehicles will be developed in Nuremberg. Customers throughout Europe are expected to benefit from this. The inauguration was attended by local employees and representatives of BorgWarner management.

»The opening of the new site is a further step for BorgWarner in promoting electromobility and is in line with the global corporate strategy of driving forward the electrification of vehicles. We are convinced that this area will continue to grow strongly in the coming years,« says Bernhard Schmitt, Director Engineering, BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems.


Das könnte Sie auch interessieren

Verwandte Artikel

BorgWarner Turbo Systems GmbH

Matchmaker+