The idea behind Hyper is to facilitate the transition to the new electric mobility. To do so, it was thought to electrify the auxiliary components of the vehicle, i.e. the components that do not act directly on the propulsion, in order to reduce the amount of emissions. The components electrified in this way will not only be compatible with hybrid cars, which will become more sustainable, but also with full electric cars. The project, started in 2019, takes into consideration various transport scenarios (heavy, high performance, etc.): from here the work team proceeds with the development of different technological possibilities, ranging from cooling control of different devices, to innovative hydraulic models and new structures, focusing especially on the realization of rare earth-free engines. The first results will be ready as early as 2021, while the experimentation operations should be completed the following year.