STMicroelectronics Offers SiC MOSFET Devices For Li Auto’s EV Segment

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  • Li Auto is adopting ST’s advanced third-generation 1200V SiC MOSFET
  • ST’s SiC MOSFETs technology has garnered commendation from leading OEMs

STMicroelectronics has recently signed a collaboration deal with Li Auto. STMicroelectronics will provide SiC MOSFET devices to support Li Auto’s strategy around high-voltage battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in various market segments.

Li Auto, known for its extended-range electric vehicles (EREVs), is planning to enter the BEV market with its first-ever high-tech flagship family MPV BEV model premiered in Q4 2023. The company has planned to launch more high-voltage BEV models very soon. Li Auto will require high volumes of SiC MOSFETs to integrate into its traction inverters to ensure superior electric vehicle performance.

Li Auto is adopting ST’s advanced third-generation 1200V SiC MOSFET in the traction inverter of its upcoming 800V BEV platform to ensure industry-leading process stability and performance, efficiency, and reliability.

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“Li Auto is committed to providing families with premium EVs exceeding their expectation. This agreement with ST stands as a testament to Li Auto’s unwavering dedication in BEV product development. Collaborating with the renowned global leader in SiC technologies, we anticipate a forthcoming relationship filled with innovation and success,” said Qingpeng MENG, Vice President of Supply Chain at Li Auto.

With a dominant market share exceeding 50% globally, ST’s SiC MOSFETs technology has garnered commendation from leading OEMs for its exceptional electric vehicle capabilities. Its widespread application encompasses onboard chargers and power modules.

“As a world leader in power devices and wide bandgap semiconductor technologies, ST has established long-term supply agreements with major car makers and Tier 1 suppliers. The SiC supply agreement with Li Auto marks a significant step building upon our existing long-term relationship in other automotive applications,” said Henry CAO, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing, China Region, STMicroelectronics. “ST is committed to supporting Li Auto’s ambition to become a top premium electric vehicle brand in China, offering their customers superior vehicle performance and range with our innovative SiC technologies.”

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