OEMs, tier ones evaluate compact electric motor from Israeli startup

November 01, 2021 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
OEMs, tier ones evaluate compact electric motor from Israeli startup
The start-up company EVR Motors is setting up a motor assembly line in Israel and developing more motors in order to be able to offer them from mass production from 2H 2022 onwards.

Over 15 global vehicle manufacturers and Tier-1 automotive companies in eight countries will conduct evaluations of high-performance electric motors developed and manufactured by EVR Motors in Israel. The novel motors are less than half the size and weight of existing state of the art RFPM (Radial Flux Permanent Magnet) motors with similar power. After extensive testing of the prototype of its motor, EVR is building dozens of pre-production motors to deliver to customers for evaluation. The company is also developing additional motors and setting up an assembly line in Israel, in order to enable its customers to enter series production from the second half of 2022.

EVR is in process of partnering with unnamed Tier-1s and OEMs interested of manufacturing  and marketing motors developed by the Israeli company. EVR will tailor the motors according to performance, size, cost, and other requirements of each specific customer. Customers not interested in manufacturing motors can be supplied with motors manufactured by EVR or its partners, including motors deigned to meet their specific requirements.

“Electric vehicle sales will outstrip all other engines five years sooner than previously expected, according to recent research by Ernst & Young,” noted Opher Doron, CEO of EVR Motors. “Vehicle manufacturers want electric motors with less size, weight and cost, which provide more power, efficiency and flexibility – and this is exactly what we are providing. We decided to respond to market needs by reimagining electric motors and developing our patented TS-RFPM topology. The breakthrough electric motor we unveiled in May 2021 witnessed tremendous interest from OEMs, Tier-1s and potential partners. Now, we are increasing the momentum by helping multiple automotive companies evaluate the motor and see for themselves how it can transform the industry.”

EVR’s first two/three-wheeler air-cooled 48/96V motor provides a peak power of 17kW and peak torque of 41Nm, yet weighs only 9 kgs, with a volume of 2.7 liters. EVR can provide multiple variants of the


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