EV 101: What are the key components in an EV powertrain, and what do they do?
Recorded On: 05/25/2022
As EVs continue to evolve and OEMs convert the majority of their fleets to electric power, automotive aftermarket companies have a vast opportunity to capitalize on the EV market. In order for manufacturers, product developers, and businesses to seek out these new opportunities, they must first understand how EV powertrains work.
Re-watch as Brent Dreher, NVH/Durability Manager at Faraday Future, discusses the major components of an EV powertrain, the functions of each system, and how batteries, motors, and charging systems are evolving.
This on-demand session will leave you better prepared to understand the needs of your customers as they transition over to an EV powertrain, and it will help you create a strategy to meet the needs of future EV consumers.
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Brent Dreher is the NVH/Durability Manager for Faraday Future (FF), a California-based global shared intelligent mobility ecosystem company. In this capacity, Brent is responsible for ensuring that FF’s Ultimate Intelligent Techluxury FF 91 vehicle offers extreme durability as well as an incredibly quiet and refined driving experience. Prior to this exciting challenge, Brent served in a variety of engineering and leadership roles within the aerospace industry primarily at Collins Aerospace. Brent earned an M.B.A. from the University of Redlands and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Honors Program. Brent currently resides in Southern California with his wife and two small children. A favorite hobby for Brent is working on classic air-cooled cars.