More efficient combustion engines, new driving modes (such as coasting or fully electric driving), as well as modern driver assistance functions require modular and scalable vacuum-independent solutions for the braking system. With the iBooster, Bosch has developed a vacuum-independent, electromechanical brake booster that meets the demands of a modern braking system. The iBooster can be used with all drivetrain configurations and is particularly suited to hybrid and electric vehicles.

Product page: products.bosch-mobility-solutions.com/en/de/_technik/component/SF_PC-CV_BS_Brake-Booster_SF_PC-CV_Brake-Systems_1987.html?compId=5760

This video in German: automobilrevue.net/v/cG1renB6eE1lT2s

Comments

    • Fernando Peña
      Fernando Peña

      What if the electric motor fails, can you still brake? It seems the worm gear might prevent this.

      about 1 year ago
    • Arnis
      Arnis

      Two-stage gear unit - the upper gear is snail type. Therefore it wears down. Can that gear be changed easily? If not, we can call it planned obsolescence.

      about 1 year ago
    • Bee Shopcs
      Bee Shopcs

      means u replace the vacuum with electric motor

      about 2 years ago
    • xatigrou
      xatigrou

      The system is totally different of the old sensotronic principle, witch is still used in the hybrid Toyota/Lexus.

      about 2 years ago
    • DervMan
      DervMan

      Great video 👍🏻

      about 3 years ago