Punch Powertrain creates strategic partnerships with other innovation leaders to accelerate the development of sustainable and affordable solutions for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles.
We are committed to act with the agility our partners need to seize new market and mobility growth opportunities.
Stellantis is a leading global automaker and mobility provider that offers clean, connected, affordable and safe mobility solutions.
Punch Powertrain and Stellantis have two integrated joint ventures to focus on the production of Punch’s eDCT/DT2 transmission for mild hybrid electric vehicles (MHEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV). Punch Powertrain PSA E-Transmissions (Sint-Truiden, Belgium) provides Punch Powertrain PSA E-Transmissions Assembly (Metz, France and Mirafiori, Italy) with designed and manufactured components for assembly.
XPT E-Powertrain Technology Company is an advanced technology company based in Nanjing, China, focused exclusively on next generation propulsion transportation.
Punch Powertrain and XPT have a strategic partnership to jointly produce electrified, light-weight and intelligent e-powertrain solutions. XPT provides design and development capabilities, while Punch provides industrialization expertise.
Tata AutoComp Systems Limited (Tata AutoComp), promoted by the Tata Group, provides products and services to Indian and global automotive OEMs as well as to Tier 1 suppliers.
Tata AutoComp has own capabilities in automotive interior & exterior plastics, composites, sheet metal stampings as well as engineering and supply chain. Tata AutoComp has 9 joint ventures in partnership with leading companies from the global auto component industry, through which it manufactures and markets automotive components and systems.
Living Tomorrow is one of the biggest innovation communities of Europe and a showcase for future technology. It brings together a unique ecosystem of partners and gives tangible answers to future challenges.
Punch Powertrain has announced a five-year partnership with Living Tomorrow 2030, as part of the new Living Tomorrow campus, opening in Brussels in September 2023. This collaboration will enable the exchange of ideas and practices, complementing knowledge, and bundling forces to lead innovation in the quickly changing industry of electrification and digitalization.