Ford's approach to onboard automotive power to meet future efficiency standards and increased feature sets

At the recent International Battery Seminar, Ford's Matt Denlinger spoke about the evolving challenges automakers are facing in meeting increasingly stringent fuel efficiency targets while still satisfying the ever-higher auxiliary power requirements in vehicles. Matt highlighted the many options...

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