A new generation of hybrid vehicle to lower fuel consumption and pollution in driving conditions
Tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions of road transport should be reduce by 90% by 2050 to achieve climate neutrality. Less energy intensive architectures than BEV such as HEV and PHEV will play a significant role in the transition towards future mobility solutions.
PHOENICE aims to demonstrate the maximal potential of a plug-in hybrid vehicle, optimised to reduce both fuel consumption and pollutant emissions in real driving conditions.
Update on the Project
PHOENICE developed a new Euro7-ready exhaust aftertreatment system (EATS) including a diesel-like SCR and an EHC optimized for engine lean operation
The PHOENICE EATS comprises two sections: a close-coupled section, primarily designed to control gaseous emissions under cold-start and stoichiometric (λ=1) conditions, as well as particulate
On behalf of the project, our partner Garrett – Advancing Motion detailed the challenges of the matching activities and design choices of the E-Turbo, as
Join us this week at the upcoming 39th FISITA world Congress in Barcelona for a presentation to discover how the PHOENICE powertrain was designed and optimized!
Join us this week at the upcoming 39th FISITA World Congress in Barcelona for a presentation to discover how the PHOENICE powertrain was designed and
PHOENICE will be At The 2023 International Conference on Engines & Vehicles for Sustainable Transport on September 12!
PHOENICE will present on September 12 a comprehensive overview on the project simulation activities and experimental campaign of the PHOENICE engine at the 2023 International Conference on Engines
PHOENICE Project at the 2023 Powertrains, Energy and Lubricants International Meeting in Kyoto, Japan
PHOENICE will present on August 30 (11:00 AM -11:30 AM JST) the latest developments of the project about the exploitation of a virtual test rig
The meeting was a constructive discussion with the PO and we got encouragements for the next and last reporting period. We keep on demonstrating the
PHOENICE was at the FKFS 23rd Stuttgart International Symposium this week to present its research results about the development of a Digital Twin to support the calibration of