Will one-, two-, or four-motor designs dominate electric vehicles?

At the Frankfurt Auto Show in September 2009, Audi introduced a new electric vehicle concept car, the e-tron, and Mercedes released more details on its all-electric SLS AMG. The Audi features a 53 kWh Li-ion battery pack and the company claims that it is the first car to incorporate a heat pump syst...

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