Enabling Jaguar Land Rover’s successful transition to electric vehicles

The international automotive market is experiencing unprecedented levels of change. WMG’s insights are crucial to the industry, allowing companies to accelerate the decarbonisation of their production vehicles.

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Working as a co-located team since 2011, WMG has conducted collaborative research with Jaguar Land Rover to define the performance, safety and degradation properties of lithium-ion batteries, through a comprehensive programme of experimentation and modelling.

WMG’s research insights into the functionality of lithium-ion batteries has underpinned the battery development for the company’s first electric vehicle (the Jaguar I-PACE) and has been vital to the company’s swift transition from a manufacturer of vehicles reliant on fossil fuels to one at the forefront of electric vehicle (EV) production.

WMG’s researchers applied their modelling and battery management systems knowhow to help develop a power balancing algorithm that allowed optimal performance of the cells. A vital piece of knowledge in the development of the I-PACE.

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