New Engines for Electric Vehicles: Subaru, Toyota, Mazda Lead

Subaru, Toyota, and Mazda collaborate to develop engines for electric vehicles, aiming for carbon neutrality using synthetic fuels, biofuels, and liquid hydrogen.

Subaru, Toyota, Mazda: Developing New Engines for the Electric Vehicle Era

On May 30th, Subaru, Toyota, and Mazda announced a joint effort to develop new engines that cater to the electric vehicle era, aiming for carbon neutrality.

These new engines will focus on optimal integration with electric motors and batteries. By downsizing the engines, they will not only change vehicle layouts but also achieve carbon neutrality through the use of carbon-neutral fuels.

subaru toyota and mazda try to develop new engines

These engines will utilize various non-fossil fuels such as e-fuel (synthetic fuel), biofuel, and liquid hydrogen. This development aims to contribute to the widespread adoption of carbon-neutral fuels.

The goal is not only to enhance individual engine performance but also to maximize the combined performance of engines and electric drive units.

Compared to traditional engines, these new engines will achieve high efficiency and output while being more compact, which will alter vehicle design and improve aerodynamics and fuel efficiency. Continuous research and development will ensure compliance with stricter emission regulations.

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