The production start of the eDCT transmission represents a new milestone in the transformation worth 240 million Euros of the iconic Italian site in Mirafiori Automotive Park 2030.
In the ambit of the joint venture eTransmissions Assembly, they have started the production of electrified dual-clutch transmissions (eDCT), with a full-rate production of 600,000 units yearly, with the goal of powering the future generation of Stellantis hybrid vehicles. The production of eDCT is one of the eight new activities headquartered in Mirafiori since the birth of Stellantis, including the Battery Technology Center, the Circular Economy Hub, the grEEn-campus and the global site of Pro One
The Mirafiori Automotive Park 2030 project provides for an investment of over 240 million Euros to transform the site into a pole unique of its kind on a world scale, fully renovated and devised to host design activities, engineering and technology, manufacturing, supply chain and circular economy. Another piece of news addressing the electric comes from Turin: a further investment of 100 million Euros to increase the potential of Fiat 500e, with a redesigned platform that will integrate the technology of state-of-the-art batteries to make the model more accessible, with a production increase in Mirafiori supported by the incentives thought to boost the market of electric vehicles. In the pictures: from left right, Stefano Lo Russo, Mayor of Turin; Carlos Tavares, CEO of Stellantis; Alberto Cirio, President of Piedmont Region; Leonardo Rossi, Stellantis eDCT Plant Manager