MAHLE Superior Continuous Torque (SCT) E‑Motor
Fuel cell at the hydrogen test center
Highly efficient magnet-free electric motor
Compressor Guarantee Plus gives safety to the workshops.
Electric motor test bench in Fellbach/Germany
R&D center in Suzhou/China
Air filter solutions for fuel cells
Faster charging of electric vehicles
Alternative powertrain technologies
High-performance aluminum pistons
MAHLE wind tunnel test
MAHLE liquid cooled HV traction motor
MAHLE modular hybrid powertrain
MAHLE power electronics - DC/DC converter
MAHLE power electronics - onboard charger
MAHLE power electronics - traction inverter
MAHLE wireless charging technology
Intelligent charge management system (chargeBIG)
Oil management module for electric vehicles
MAHLE fuel cell flat membrane humidifier for commercial vehicles
MAHLE fuel cell flat membrane humidifier for passenger cars
MAHLE liquid management module
MAHLE CareMetix® filter layers
MAHLE U-flex piston ring
MAHLE friction optimized piston
MAHLE assembled camshaft for commercial vehicles
MAHLE steel piston for commercial vehicles
Lightweight radiator for heavy duty applications
MAHLE power cell unit for commercial vehicles
MAHLE fuel filter module for commercial vehicles
MAHLE cooling module for commercial vehicles
MAHLE pendulum-slider oil pump for commercial vehicles
MAHLE Visco® fan for commercial vehicles
MAHLE aluminium piston EVOLITE® for passenger car gasoline engines
MAHLE HVAC module for passenger cars
MAHLE power cell unit for passenger cars
MAHLE steel pistons for passenger car diesel engines
MAHLE 3D printing center in Stuttgart
New test center for hydrogen applications
Testing cooling systems
MAHLE Development Center for Mechatronics
Industry 4.0: Interaction between man and machine
Production of MAHLE CareMetix® filter
MAHLE electric drive systems
MAHLE electronic components
Radiator production at MAHLE in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico
Piston production at MAHLE in Tsuruoka, Japan
Development and product engineering MAHLE Motorsport
Precision for motorsport
Measurement of production tolerances
Piston production at MAHLE
E-motor production at MAHLE in Šempeter pri Gorici, Slovenia
Test engineering at MAHLE in Šempeter pri Gorici, Slovenia
MAHLE students building an electronic circuit
Heat exchanger production at the MAHLE plant in Mühlacker, Germany
Cold chamber at MAHLE in Stuttgart, Germany
Intelligent: The new MAHLE E-Health determines the residual value and runtime of an electric vehicle battery.
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Compact endurance athlete —the new SCT E- motor by MAHLE on the test bench.
Impressive: Innovative cooling prevents overheating – even during continuous operation with 90 percent of the motors peak performance.
Indirect air conditioning condensers are both powerful and compact and can be positioned where required.
Arrival of the new fuel cell at the hydrogen test center
Fuel cells need complex systems to be durable and efficient
Testing the Ballard fuel cell after arrival
The new traction motor from MAHLE is wear-free, compact, and not dependent on rare earth elements
MAHLE Aftermarket will be offering mobile training on air conditioning compressor replacement to workshops throughout Germany starting in April
Electric drives are tested under real conditions on the electric motor test bench in Fellbach/Germany.
Under construction: the new R&D center in Suzhou/China, where components for Chinese e mobility will be developed.
Standardized and reliable: The new MAHLE fuel cell filters lower development times and costs in fuel cell application development.
The new MAHLE condenser ensures that electric vehicles are optimally cooled during fast charging, while also providing the necessary power for cabin temperature control.
With a broad portfolio covering conventional and alternative powertrains, MAHLE is a reliable partner for workshops and helps them to become future-proof along the diversified powertrain.
The MAHLE Group makes use of its know-how as an original equipment manufacturer to support workshops in its Aftermarket business in opening up new business areas.
Teamwork: Six bionic-design pistons produced by MAHLE using 3D printing operate under the bonnet of the Porsche 911 GT2 RS
A layered approach: A laser fuses around 1,200 layers of the powdered MAHLE piston alloy to form a blank.
Experience: The finish machining of the printed blank is demanding work: the result must meet MAHLE’s strict standards.
Precision: The skirt and skirt wall of the printed piston are tested—100 years of experience in piston construction guarantee a perfect result.
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This technology enables a rapid production of complex structures.
Actuators made by MAHLE undergo strictest quality control procedures.
3D printing is a key technology for the rapid development of climate-neutral drive technologies.
A laser beam solidifies metal powder layer by layer to form components.
Even highly complex parts can be produced easily and quickly using 3D printing.
By setting up a 3D printing center, MAHLE is giving itself a competitive edge and strengthening its role as a development partner.
MAHLE’s materials expertise guarantees high-performance parts in accordance with automotive standards.
By hand: despite all the high tech, manual finish machining is carried out by specially trained staff at the end of the process.
A fuell cell system is being tested at MAHLE, delivering valuable data for the development of all peripheral component for fuel cell systems by MAHLE.
Around 100 employees in Stuttgart work on serial products or R&D-activities around fuel cell and H2-combustion.
Many MAHLE core competences like thermal management are highly relevant for fuel cell applications. In this picture, MAHLE employees are testing cooling systems for fuel cell applications.
Modern, open office work areas offer plenty of room for creativity and promote open communication in the MAHLE Development Center for Mechatronics in Kornwestheim near Stuttgart.
Products such as actuators (depicted) are comprehensively tested and validated in the test facilities at the MAHLE Development Center for Mechatronics in Kornwestheim near Stuttgart.