Aisin Tohoku to make small and medium-sized motor products

The electric water pump will help improve fuel efficiency of vehicles through thermal managemenfor maximised performance of components in HEVs and EVs. 

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 29 Dec 2020 Views icon6488 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Aisin Tohoku Co. of the Aisin Group has expanded its factory to begin producing small and medium-sized motor products, mainly electric water pumps, in fiscal 2022.  

The electric water pump to be newly produced is a product that contributes to the fuel efficiency of vehicles through thermal management, such as battery temperature control, for maximized performance of components in hybrid electric vehicles and electric vehicles.

The Aisin Group has set a goal of increasing the sales ratio of electrification products that help reduce CO2 emissions, at least to 50% in fiscal 2030. To achieve this, Aisin is also focusing on accelerating the development of new electrification products that contribute to the electrification of vehicles and on strengthening and expanding the production system for these products.

 In 2019, Aisin began producing hybrid systems and EV units in China, and it plans to produce hybrid systems in North America in the future. Aisin also has production plants around the world for electrification products, such as electric pumps and electronically controlled brakes.

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