Dr. Jari Hyvönen

Senior Project Manager PPE Powertrain Audi AG

Jari has been in his current role since 2020 and is responsible for PPE Powertrain projects based in Ingolstadt, Germany. He has been at Audi for over 20 years and has worked across diverse functions in production planning powertrains in Germany and in Györ, Hungary including Head of Methods and Quality Planning, Head of Quality Assurance ICE purchased components, Head of Prototype/Pre-series Motor Center (ICE and e-tron prototypes), Head of Production Planning electric powertrains (Audi e-tron BEV powertrain).

Jari has a Diploma in mechanical engineering/combustion engines and Dr.-Ing degree in field of combustion under microgravity at RWTH Aachen, Germany. Between 1996-1998 he was the Project Manager ESA - NEDO (Japan) co-operation project on combustion under microgravity.

Jari was born and raised in Helsinki, Finland.


Full Agenda Sessions

Q&A Technical Session with Audi

How Decarbonisation and Emission Regulations are Changing the Powertrain Market

  • This Q&A session provide an opportunity to the audience to delve deeper into the Powertrain Market, asking directly  and engaging with our AUDI Expert.
  • What are the most important changes in the powertrain market regarding its main components and systems?
  • Regulation, technology and infrastructure will be the drivers of adoption of alternative powertrains over the next five to ten years. How is the industry coping with all these factors?
  • How can the innovation go hand to hand with sustainability?
  • Suppliers need to adjust their strategies in response to a shifting component market
  • What strategies are OEM's following

Thursday 12 May 11:50 - 12:30 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/12/2022 11:50 05/12/2022 12:30 Q&A Technical Session with Audi

How Decarbonisation and Emission Regulations are Changing the Powertrain Market

  • This Q&A session provide an opportunity to the audience to delve deeper into the Powertrain Market, asking directly  and engaging with our AUDI Expert.
  • What are the most important changes in the powertrain market regarding its main components and systems?
  • Regulation, technology and infrastructure will be the drivers of adoption of alternative powertrains over the next five to ten years. How is the industry coping with all these factors?
  • How can the innovation go hand to hand with sustainability?
  • Suppliers need to adjust their strategies in response to a shifting component market
  • What strategies are OEM's following
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