A look at the future of electric mobility

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smart forvision A look at the future of electric mobility

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The presentation explains the technological innovations that were realized by BASF in the concept car smart forvision: the centre of attention is the multifunctional lightweight construction, the holistic temperature management, as well as the electric energy efficiency.

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smart forvision A look at the future of electric mobility

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Jointly developed full electric concept vehicle by Daimler and BASF

Holistic concept for sustainable urban mobility

World premiere at the 2011 international motor show in Frankfurt (IAA), Germany

smart forvision

in cooperation with BASF

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Technologies above and beyond the drive system

Cruising range: + 20% without improved battery or power train

Lightweight construction – Temperature management – Energy efficiency

Chemical solutions for increased efficiency

and higher cruising range

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Electric energy efficiency

o Solar roof with transparent organic solar cells

o Transparent organic light emitting diodes (OLED)

Holistic temperature management

o IR-reflecting films and pigments

o High performance foams for insulation

Multifunctional lightweight construction

o Thermoplastic polymer wheel

o Lightweight climate comfort seats

o Epoxy resins for fiber reinforced composite parts

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Technology pillars

Technologies for E-mobility

with relevance for conventional cars

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Electric energy efficiency

o Solar roof with transparent organic solar cells

o Transparent organic light emitting diodes (OLED)

Holistic temperature management

o IR-reflecting films and pigments

o High performance foams for insulation

Multifunctional lightweight construction

o Thermoplastic polymer wheel

o Lightweight climate comfort seats

o Epoxy resins for fiber reinforced composite parts

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Technology pillars

Technologies for E-mobility

with relevance for conventional cars

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First all-polymer (polyamide) wheel rim suitable for high-volume production

Made of Ultramid® Structure via injection molding

Saves 3 kg per wheel compared to aluminium

Thermoplastic polymer wheel

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Steron® breathable design surface

Luquafleece® Humidity control

E-Textile for flexible & thin seat heating

Elastoflex®- lightweight multi-zone comfort foam

Ultramid® Structure for one-piece seat shell

Innovative combination of functional materials

Saves 3 kg, adds comfort, improves efficiency

Lightweight climate comfort seat

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Epoxy resins

for fiber-reinforced composite parts

Supporting components like chassis made of fiber-reinforced polymers

Short curing times for large-volume production

Weight savings of 50% compared to steel and 30% compared to aluminum

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Electric energy efficiency

o Solar roof with transparent organic solar cells

o Transparent organic light emitting diodes (OLED)

Holistic temperature management

o IR-reflecting films and pigments

o High performance foams for insulation

Multifunctional lightweight construction

o Thermoplastic polymer wheel

o Lightweight climate comfort seats

o Epoxy resins for fiber reinforced composite parts

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Technologies for E-mobility

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Reflection of solar IR-radiation by light-colored vehicle coating

IR-refection also possible for dark colors with “Cool Pigments”

Cool pigments can reduce interior temperature by up to 4 °C

Scratch-resistant clear coat iGloss®

IR reflecting body coating

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Cool interior by selective reflection of solar heat radiation (near IR)

Reduced energy demand for air conditioning

IR-reflective polymer film in front and side glazing, integrated in the safety glass

Organic polymer films shows no interference with radio waves (GPS, phone, ...)

Infra Red (IR) reflecting polymer film

in front and side glazing

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Thermal insulation of car body and doors

Reduces energy demand for supplementary climatization in summer and winter

High efficiency even in small widths with new performance foams

Performance foams for temperature

management

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Electric energy efficiency

o Solar roof with transparent organic solar cells

o Transparent organic light emitting diodes (OLED)

Holistic temperature management

o IR-reflecting films and pigments

o High performance foams for insulation

Multifunctional lightweight construction

o Thermoplastic polymer wheel

o Lightweight climate comfort seats

o Epoxy resins for fiber reinforced composite parts

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Technologies for E-mobility

with relevance for conventional cars

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Efficient light generation even in poor conditions, e.g. diffuse light

BASF Technology: solid dye sensitized solar cell based

Powering ventilation for pre-climatization and multi-media devices

Transparent organic photovoltaics (OPV)

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Transparent organic light emitting diods

(OLED)

Source for diffuse light, semi transparent when switched off

BASF develops organic semi-conductive materials for OLED technology

OLEDs will be 50% more efficient than standard energy-saving lamps

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New technologies from BASF

Solar roof with transparent

- organic solar panels and

- organic light emitting diods

Multifunctional seat

Infrared-reflective

coating

Infrared-reflective

polymer film

High performance

foams Fiber reinforced epoxy

frame and components

All-plastic wheel

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World premiere in Frankfurt visited by 4000 journalists from 97 countries

More than 85 million contacts by print media for smart forvision until 11/2011

99.9 % positive articles in print and online and social media

Positive feedback by media and public

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online: www.smartforvision.basf.com

The online experience

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A great team as basis for success

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smart forvision A look at the future of electric mobility