Changing the voltage level of electrical systems in cars is not an easy task. In fact, it is a real pain in the backside.
The last time there was a major upshift in car voltage levels was in the 1950s, when many manufacturers switched from 6V to 12V. Despite all the positive noises at the Automotive 48V Power Supply Systems conference in Frankfurt on 11-13 November, this author is not at all convinced the car world will quite yet take the huge undertaking of converting to 48V.
There is no question about . . .