Schaeffler makes a direct contribution to measurably reducing emissions of harmful substances and greenhouse gases Hot and cold The latest generation thermal management module reduces emissions thanks to an optimized thermal management strategy Schaeffler is showcasing the technologies for environmentally friendly drive systems at the 2017 IAA in Frankfurt Innovative electric pro pulsion systems mean that electric mobility will be increasingly accepted in the future At the same time Schaeffler uses production ready technologies to improve the overall environ mental performance of IC engines Technologies already exist today Putting environmentally friendly drive sys tems into production requires both creativity and high flexibility as regulations around the world vary In the European Union so called Real Driving Emissions RDE tests have been required since September 1 2017 They no longer measure emissions on the test bench but in real world road tests In China on the other hand regulations establishing quotas for zero emission electric vehicles will soon be in effect From Schaeffler s perspective the tech nologies to meet these requirements already exist today The company anticipates a con tinual increase of electrified powertrains A scenario forecasts a 30 percent share of fully electric vehicles for 2030 Another 30 percent would still only be using an IC engine and the other 40 percent a hybrid powertrain Even in this extreme scenario more than two in three new vehicles would still have an IC engine on board analyzes Prof Peter Gutzmer Schaeff ler s Chief Technology Officer That s why we have to do everything within our means to con tinue to reduce the emissions of IC engines Schaeffler presents premieres Fellow Board member Prof Peter Pleus CEO Automotive points out an approach to solve emissions zero Targeting 4

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