The vehicle industry today is under the ultimate revolution. There are already many, and will soon be many more EV and semi-auto cars running on the road. Eventually, a variety of power-train systems will emerge, including hydrogen fuel cells and fully autonomous vehicles, all of which will integrate more electronics into vehicles. The trend of the vehicle industry is connectivity, electrification, reliability, safety, and flexibility, as well as the increasing complexity of applications. Future technologies of vehicles will focus on green materials (halogen-free and non-ionic), flame retardancy (FR), EMI shielding, integrated electronics, waterproof electronics, thermal management systems, metal / plastic bonding technologies, and advanced composites.
For example, as to EV, longer mileage means greater battery capacity. When charging with 800 volts, 80% of the charge should be completed in 20 minutes, which is an acceptable waiting time for consumers. However, battery quality and charging risks become an issue.