September 27, 2017 - China's Time as a "World Factory" for the Automotive Manufacturing Industry Finally, China is now transitioning to a "world-owned factory," with a large number of autonomous automobile brands in China and more and more market presence Important position. The 6th International CTI China Forum "Automotive Transmission, Hybrid and Electric Drive Technology" discussed in detail the development of China's automobile market. "In the past ten years, China's automobile market has undergone great changes and has reached a new stage of development, as evidenced by the presentations and discussions at this CTI forum." Chairman of the Advisory Board of International CTI Forum, Prof. Ferit Küçükay, Technische Universität Braunschweig, a professor at the Automotive Engineering Institute at Brunel University of Technology, said. Mr. Cheng Lipeng, Vice President and Project Director of Great Wall Automotive Transmission Research Institute, introduced the first 7-speed dual clutch transmission developed and manufactured in China. With its brand Haver, Great Wall Motor has made remarkable achievements in the Chinese automobile market. Currently, Great Wall Motor launched a new SUV brand WEY will further consolidate its domestic market share. Mr. Zhang Rongbo, vice president of Geely Automobile Research Institute, also came to the scene to explain the development strategy of Geely's G-Blue strategy. In addition to the famous automobile brands in the industry, there is also a cutting-edge automotive industry at CTI International Forum: Mr. Jin Pu, President and Chief Technology Officer of Tektronix Teng Feng Automotive R & D Co., Ltd., who introduced the pure Electric super run. The car equipped with miniature gas turbine extended range technology, the maximum power of over 1,000 horsepower. Electric drive technology will be the theme and core of this CTI China forum.
China leads the future of electric drive technology
China is a leader in electric drive technology. This is partly due to the support of relevant government policies and regulations: OEMs must transfer 8% of their production capacity to electric and hybrid vehicles by 2018. By 2020, China will strive to achieve the goal of 5 million new energy vehicles. On the other hand, Chinese companies have stepped up their R & D investment in electric drive technology. It is estimated that the next few months, China's auto market will emerge a series of new products. In this CTI China Forum experts also made in-depth discussion and forecast of this topic.
China launched its own emission standards
The CTI Forum China also has a lively discussion of citing actual fuel consumption and emission test cycles, such as the WLTP test cycle and the RDE test cycle, as this will make the car emission standards more stringent. As the largest automobile market in the world, China has introduced its own emission standard, the sixth standard, which includes the RDE test cycle and its own test cycle (China Test Cycle). Power system manufacturers have said that this trend will bring great challenges. With the development of new energy technologies and implementation of new policies and regulations, accelerating local R & D and production will become a new trend for China's automobile industry in the coming years. Most Chinese OEMs are developing or have begun mass production of self-developed DCT, AT, DHT and other hybrid systems. How to improve the efficiency of new energy vehicles, including hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and electric vehicles (EVs), will become the key technology.
Review of the 6th CTI China Forum
In addition to disseminating the latest technologies in the field of new energy vehicles such as electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, the CTI International Forum also focuses on the latest automotive policies and regulations. Therefore, CTI invited representatives of government agencies and industry think-tank experts to attend the forum and share field development status and future prospects with field experts. Ms. Sylvia Zenzinger, Program Director of the CTI Forum in Europe, the United States and China concluded: "This CTI China Forum welcomes 620 attendees and 50 exhibitors from 16 countries around the world. The number of attendees broke up to now The number of participants recorded a 9% increase over last year's attendance and the CTI China Forum has now become an annual event not to be missed by people in the field of transmission and drive technology. Next year we will meet with you again in Shanghai. "
Figure 1: The CTI China Forum welcomes 620 attendees and 50 exhibitors from 16 countries around the world. The number of attendees broke the record so far, up 9% over the previous year. (Source: CTI)
Figure 2: "In the past decade, China's auto market has undergone great changes and has reached a new stage of development, as evidenced by the presentations and discussions at this CTI forum." Chairman of the Advisory Board of International CTI Forum , Said Prof. Ferit Küçükay, dean of Automotive Engineering and Technology Research Institute at Braunschweig Technical University in Germany. (Source: CTI)
Figure 3: Sylvia Zenzinger, Project Director of CTI Forum in Europe, USA and China, said at the 6th International CTI Forum Press Conference: "CTI China Forum has now become an annual event not to be missed by people in the field of transmission and drive technology." (Source: CTI)
Photo 4: From the left to the right, Mr. Zheng Lipeng, vice president and chief project director of GWTC, and Ms. Sylvia Zenzinger, project director of CTI Forum in Europe, USA and China ; Prof. Ferit Küçükay, Chairman of the Advisory Board of the International CTI Forum, Dean of Automotive Engineering and Technology Research Institute, Braunschweig Technical University, Germany; Dr. Harald Massmann, President, Asia Pacific, Passenger Car Drive Technology Group, ZF (China) Investment Co., Ltd. Photo credit: CTI)
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