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PUBLISHER: Frost & Sullivan | PRODUCT CODE: 1121910

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PUBLISHER: Frost & Sullivan | PRODUCT CODE: 1121910

Global OEMs' Strategies for Electric Light Commercial Vehicle Platforms

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All Major Automakers to Launch at Least One Dedicated Electric Platform by 2025

Currently, OEMs build electric light commercial vehicles (eLCVs) on various platforms, including converting/modifying internal combustion engine (ICE)-based vehicles, using flexible multi-energy platforms, and starting from scratch on dedicated electric vehicle (EV) skateboard platforms. ICE-based platforms may be more suitable to convert an existing LCV into eLCV model quickly with minimal investment, but they lack the design flexibility and higher efficiency of pure electric platforms. Cost reduction, increase in addressable market, quicker development, and ease of parts procurement are some of the factors driving platformization.

Platform development is no longer limited to OEMs. Multiple start-ups are building skateboard platforms that OEMs or developers can license. Although the initial investment required is high, these platforms are flexible and scalable with high level of efficiency and performance. For certain models, OEMs prefer using well-proven platforms from other OEMs and then rebadging them to cut down on development costs and time to market.

Every major OEM will likely have a pure electric platform by 2025, with Stellantis, VW, and GM ahead of others. Select OEMs have already announced a relevant specification range, body styles, expected models, and applications their electric platforms can serve. Among the key eLCV platforms to look out for from major OEMs are STLA from Stellantis, MEB and SSP from Volkswagen, EVP and VAN.EA from Daimler, Ultium from GM, TE1 and GE2 from Ford, and LCV-EV from Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi.

Product Code: PD37-42

Table of Contents

Strategic Imperatives

  • Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?
  • The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Truck Industry
  • Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Environment and Scope-Global eLCV Market

  • Research Scope
  • Market Segmentation

eLCV Platforms

  • Platform-Definition and Components
  • Types of Electric Light Commercial Vehicle (eLCV) Platforms
  • Platform Types Comparison
  • Factors Driving Platformization
  • Skateboard Platform
  • Beyond Skateboard-Structural Battery Pack
  • Main Platform Component Technology Roadmap

Drivetrain Architecture in eLVC Platforms

  • Drivetrain Architecture
  • OEMs-Drivetrain Architecture Mapping
  • OEMs-Drivetrain Architecture Mapping (continued)
  • Drivetrain Architecture Roadmap

Stellantis Profile

  • Stellantis-LCV Platforms and Models
  • Stellantis-Major Platforms
  • Stellantis-Future Platform Evolution
  • Stellantis-STLA Platforms Range vs Battery Capacity
  • Stellantis-STLA Platforms Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) vs Motor Power

VW Profile

  • VW-LCV Platforms and Models
  • VW-Major Platforms
  • VW-MEB Partnerships
  • VW-SSP platform

Daimler Profile

  • Daimler-LCV platforms and models
  • Daimler-Major Platforms
  • Daimler-Future LCV Platforms

RNM Profile

  • RNM-LCV Platforms and Models
  • RNM-Major Platforms
  • RNM-Future Electric Platform Strategy

GM Profile

  • GM-LCV Platforms and Models
  • GM-Major Platforms
  • GM-Ultium Platform

Ford Profile

  • Ford-LCV Platforms and Models
  • Ford-Major Platforms

eLCV Platforms from Major oems

  • Current eLCV Platforms and Models
  • Platform Sharing among OEMs
  • OEM Elcv Platforms Launch Timeline

elcv Platform Provider-REE

  • REE Automotive-Platform
  • REE Automotive-Partnerships and suppliers
  • REE Automotive-Strategic Development

Dedicated Electric Platforms from Select oems

  • Dedicated Electric Platforms
  • Platform Battery Specs
  • Platform Motor Specs
  • Platform Weight Specs

Key elcv models

  • EV Model Platforms and Drivetrain Architecture
  • Small eLCV-Battery and Motor
  • Small eLCV-GVWR and Price
  • Medium eLCV-Battery and Motor
  • Medium eLCV-GVWR and Price
  • Large eLCV-Battery and Motor
  • Large eLCV-GVWR and Price
  • Major OEMs' eLCV Models Launch Timeline

Growth Opportunity Universe

  • Growth Opportunity 1-Rising Integration of Platform Components
  • Growth Opportunity 1-Rising Integration of Platform Components (continued)
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Initial Surge in Platform Sharing and Licensing
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Initial Surge in Platform Sharing and Licensing (continued)
  • Growth Opportunity 3-Growing Acceptance of Platform-as-a-Service
  • Growth Opportunity 3-Growing Acceptance of Platform-as-a-Service (continued)

Appendix

  • Abbreviations and Acronyms

Next Steps

  • Your Next Steps
  • Why Frost, Why Now?
  • List of Exhibits
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • Legal Disclaimer
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