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Scalable European Powertrain Technology Platform for Cost-Efficient Electric Vehicles to Connect Europe

The electric vehicles (EV) market is progressively developing worldwide: in only 10 years, Europe has developed cutting-edge technologies. It must now speed up to enter early mass production, thus ensuring large market shares and a wide adoption of the products provided. The need for scalable and brand-independent technology platforms for the key EV elements, like the inverter-motor-transmission/gearbox (powertrain) and the battery, is evident. The project 1000kmPLUS addresses globally this point, to ensure the superiority of European automotive key technologies in terms of performance, scalability and costs for the 2nd and 3rd generation of EV.

WP5 Kickoff Meeting

25 -26th February 2020, Graz

The Consortium met at the 1000kmPLUS WP5 kickoff meeting in Graz. There had been presentations about powertrain integration and testing, communication and routing system integrations, complete vehicle integration and some more.


1000kmPLUS Solution Meeting

06 - 07th November 2019, Brno, CZ

The Consortium met at the 1000kmPLUS Solution Meeting at the CEITEC.







First Meeting of the 1000kmPLUS Consortium

On the 10th and 11th January 2019 the 1000kmPLUS consortium has its first meeting at Infineon in Munich on the Infineon Campeon.

The members prepared the Kick-Off meeting, which will be held in Brussels on the 30th January and also made the first setup discussion for the Daimler test carrier.



Kick-Off-Meeting of the 1000kmPLUS Consortium

30.01.2019, Brussels, Belgium

The 1000kmPlus consortium met for the projects´ kick-off meeting at Brussels. During the sessions, the Work Package Leaders and Supply Chain Leaders presented the project targets, milestones and planned future activities to the project officers from INEA and DG Connect.




This infrastructure is part of a project that has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº824262