Mind the Gap: 48 V Micro-hybrids, the Bridge to Vehicle Electrification

Regulations are forcing automakers to find cost-effective methods to meet fuel economy standards, and 48 V micro-hybrids represent a white space in vehicle hybridization to meet such targets. The 48 V micro-hybrid market will become a $788 million opportunity in 2024, with the first adoption year be...

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