Electric Mobility is getting to be reality and Electric Vehicles and Hybrid Electric Vehicles are presently being created and marketed on an expansive scale. This has an enormous impact on all electrical and mechanical frameworks in a car, displaying new effectiveness, size, safety and expenditure challenges. This implies that new ideas must be produced at both component and system architectural levels. There is at present a pattern in the automotive industry to supplant combustion engines with electric motors or a mix of an electric motor and a combustion engine, thereby significantly decreasing the environmental impact of automobiles by diminishing (i.e., hybrids/crossovers) or totally eliminating (i.e., electric vehicles) car emissions. This switch in drive train innovation is not, on the other hand, without its technological hurdles as the utilization of an electric motor means the need for reasonably prized batteries with high energy densities, long operating lifetimes, and operable in a wide range of conditions. Additionally, it is imperative that the battery-pack of a vehicle pose no undue health threats, either during vehicle use or amid times of storage. A challenge in developing this technology included the extremely tight packaging space with transmission and motor to be packaged along with the power electronics control unit in the front of the vehicle in an east-west configuration.