MPA's EV Subsidiary Lands Chinese Auto Co. Business

MPA’s EV Subsidiary Lands Chinese Auto Co. Business

Motorcar Parts of America's D&V Electronics subsidiary will supply electric motor emulators to one of China's largest automotive manufacturers.

Motorcar Parts of America, Inc. announced its wholly owned subsidiary D&V Electronics received an order for an electric motor emulator from one of China’s largest automotive companies, which it says is a critical component of a Power Hardware-In-the-Loop (p-HIL) test system to validate the performance and design of drivetrain components. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The p-HIL test system to be utilized by this Chinese automotive customer is comprised of D&V’s emulator, Opal-RT Technologies’ advanced motor models and NI’s real-time system.

“This order continues a series of global wins for our D&V subsidiary and its cutting-edge EV technology. We look forward to future opportunities to expand partnerships and work with global electric mobility leaders,” said Selwyn Joffe, chairman, president and chief executive officer.

“We continue to make significant strides in the integration of our innovative emulator technology with real-time simulation and modeling capabilities, offering the most advanced, green and flexible test solutions for companies leading the electrification movement,” said Bill Hardy, chief executive of D&V Electronics.

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