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  • 18-Nov-2011 10:13 EST

Technical Breakthroughs in Development of a Single Motor Full Hybrid System

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Nissan has released our original HEV system in Japan on November 2010, and will release it in US market on March 2011. The 1 motor 2 clutch parallel type using conventional 7 speed automatic transmission has been employed without torque converter and with a manganese cathode and laminated type Li-ion Battery. This system is well recognized its higher efficiency but lower weight and cost, however, has never realized due to technical difficulties of smoothness. At this session, performance achievements and hinged breakthrough technologies will be presented.

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Tetsuya Takahashi, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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