Electrified Vehicle Simulation

Lead the innovation race for powertrain electrification

Meet strict emission regulations while ensuring a high level of vehicle performance and comfort. Simcenter helps you win the electrification race by providing you the appropriate tools to embrace this technology evolution.

Simcenter allows you to answer design questions that matter on vehicle, engine, transmission, and thermal integration. It also offers the required modeling level to simulate all critical electric subsystems. Whether you deal with battery sizing or electric machine design, you will benefit from efficient modeling workflows to support your engineering effort from architecture creation to integration, including detailed design.

Electrified Vehicle Simulation

Meet strict emission regulations while ensuring a high level of vehicle performance and comfort. Simcenter helps you win the electrification race by providing you the appropriate tools to embrace this technology evolution.

Simcenter allows you to answer design questions that matter on vehicle, engine, transmission, and thermal integration. It also offers the required modeling level to simulate all critical electric subsystems. Whether you deal with battery sizing or electric machine design, you will benefit from efficient modeling workflows to support your engineering effort from architecture creation to integration, including detailed design.

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Optimizing energy management strategies to drive innovation for electric vehicles

Accelerate vehicle electrification engineering using simulation

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