Electric vehicles can make a key contribution to protecting the environment and reducing emissions: They run free from emissions, and are quieter than conventional vehicles. The number of licensed electric cars has increased significantly around the world. With over 1.16 million new registrations in 2019, China is number one. German suppliers are involved in the Chinese e-mobility market, including fischer automotive, with its vehicle interior components.
Compared to Germany, there are more than twice as different electric vehicles in China as a McKinsey study shows. One of the particularly successful suppliers is Xiaopeng Motors from Guangzhou. In the new, powerful XPeng P7 electric car, particular emphasis is placed on lightweight, attractive yet functional parts for the interior. Some of the kinematic components in the simple but ultra-modern interior come from fischer automotive.
For a well-ventilated vehicle interior: The electric cars by the American-Chinese car manufacturer Seres will now be equipped with wide air vents by the automotive supplier fischer automotive systems. The elegant components complement the modern Seres vehicles with their lustrous black design and sophisticated chrome elements. They also feature technical ingenuities such as an electrically controlled airflow perfectly adapted to the requirements of the vehicle occupants.
The modern interior vehicle components by fischer automotive systems are being installed in the first generation of many all-electric vehicles. The automotive supplier is providing the vents in the rear central console in Audi’s new, all-electric e-tron SUV, for instance. The storage tray in the centre console of the EQC, Daimler’s first all-electric SUV, is also supplied by the South German supplier company.
The vehicle component supplier fischer automotive systems has significantly increased its manufacturing capacity in the US. The motivation was the good business situation at the Auburn Hills/Michigan location. By acquiring buildings and carrying out comprehensive remodelling, the manufacturer of vehicle interior components has increased its floors space by 40 per cent.