Somewhat LEGO-like, the details of the all-electric 2010 Coda Sedan are coming together. We learned earlier this summer that the EV will use a 100 kW / 134 hp motor from UQM. This week, BorgWarner announced that its eGearDrive single-speed transmission will find a home under the hood of the electric vehicle, which will be introduced in California next year.
The Coda sedan will use BorgWarner’s 31-03 eGearDrive, which BorgWarner says is “ideally suited” for electric drive vehicles. The highway-speed Coda Sedan will likely not be the only model to use this transmission, which is adaptable to a variety of systems, says BorgWarner Drivetrain Systems president and general manager John Sanderson. Read more pieces about the Coda EV here; there’s more on the eGearDrive after the jump.
Gallery: 2010 Coda sedan
Borg Warner announces new single-speed eGearDrive transmission for Coda electric sedan originally appeared on Autoblog Green on Sun, 27 Sep 2009 15:53:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.