Advanced Light materials
for electric vehicles

About Levis Project

LEVIS, short for Advanced Light materials for sustainable Electrical Vehicles by Integration of eco-design and circular economy Strategies, is a HORIZON 2020 project funded by the European Union under the H2020-LC-GV-2018-2019-2020 Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: Green Vehicles call.

LEVIS’ aim is to develop lightweight components for electric vehicles using eco-design and circular approaches. Our consortium – built by industrial and research partners from seven countries – envisages to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of producing these components in three real-case demonstrators at a large scale: a suspension arm, a battery box set and a cross car beam.

Challenge and our proposal

As electrical cars are powered by heavy-weight batteries, car manufacturers and suppliers must search for new light-weighting technologies to compensate this excess weight in other car components.

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Our Concept

LEVIS has the ambition to set-up new design and manufacturing routes for lightweight structural parts for electrical vehicles combining...

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💡 By adopting #ecodesign from the design phase to the #endoflife stage, @EUProject_LEVIS will develop, verify & demonstrate #lightweight components in #EVs through three real-case demonstrators.

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We presented the #Fatigue4Light project in different sessions organised within the @TRA_Conference celebrated last week in Lisbon

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📅 Listen to Agustín Chiminelli from @ITAINNOVA talk about @EUProject_LEVIS and how #advanced #lightweightmaterials can contribute to a #sustainable #mobility at #TechWeekITAINNOVA.

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Sergio Jiménez, #Fatigue4Light's coordinator from @cimne, participated in a common session with the #EnlightEVs cluster at the #TRA2022

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