AAM to Supply e-Beam Axles for Future Stellantis EV

AAM to Supply e-Beam Axles for Future Stellantis EV

The future program will feature both front and rear e-Beam axles that include AAM's integrated 3-in-1 e-Drive technology.

American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings (AAM), a global Tier 1 automotive supplier of driveline and metal forming technologies, has secured a new contract to supply electric beam (e-Beam) axles for a future electric vehicle program with Stellantis.  

The future program is expected to begin production in the latter part of the decade, and will feature both front and rear e-Beam axles that include AAM’s integrated 3-in-1 e-Drive technology.

“AAM is excited to provide our next generation of e-Beam axles for this future electric vehicle program,” said David C. Dauch, AAM chairman and CEO. “This contract continues AAM’s mission of bringing the future faster by providing electric vehicle technologies to support our global customers’ transition to an electric future.” 

AAM’s 3-in-1 e-Drive technology features an integrated motor, inverter and gearbox into a single assembly for advantages in packaging, performance and simplified integration. 

To learn more about AAM’s e-Beam axles and AAM’s full e-Drive technology portfolio, visit aam.com/future.

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