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Bob Gritzinger

Industry Analyst -- Propulsion and Technology

Bob covers Propulsion & Technology: Engines, transmissions and drivetrains and related electrified systems such as electric vehicles, hybrids and fuel-cell vehicles.

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Looking Inside Lyriq

GM isn’t specifying motor output, but competitors deliver anywhere from 300 kW (402 hp) to 568 kW (761 hp).

Propulsion Electrification

VW, ZF Exemplify EV Shift

ZF no longer will develop components for internal-combustion-engine drives but instead will focus on long-range plug-in hybrids and battery-electric vehicles.

Propulsion Electrification

Outlook Q2 2020: E-Machines - Powering the Automotive Future

Wards Intelligence Senior Analyst Bob Gritzinger examines the cutting edge of e-motor technology and how myriad suppliers are working to meet the growing electrification demands of the automotive market.

Propulsion Electrified Vehicles

Upgraded Engine Oil Standard Arrives

Mitigating engine-damaging low-speed pre-ignition and improving engine lubrication are the objectives of a new oil specification going into effect this year.

Propulsion

Dynamic Cylinder Deactivation Going Mainstream

Dynamic Fuel Management, the fuel-saving system that regulates cylinder shutdown in 17 different firing patterns in GM’s V-8 engines, is poised to double its take-rate as the automaker incorporates it into many of its fullsize SUV and truck engines. The company that developed the technology plans to expand its use in 3-, 4- and 6-cyl. engines, as well as diesels.

Propulsion

What the Next Round of BEV Buyers Want

Automakers need to do a better job crafting their marketing to potential BEV buyers. Escalent says its survey data can help.

Propulsion Electrification
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