“Support MCU IGBT as well as SiC and GaN,” according to the company. “It has enough computing power to support six-phase or two three-phase motors driven by dual 200kHz control loops while hosting AI, machine learning or other applications monitoring. It supports remote intelligent control applications via time-sensitive Ethernet for zonal vehicle architectures.”
"The S32K39 also provides the flexibility to control up to four traction inverters in conjunction with the NXP S32E real-time processor and can realize advanced traction capabilities for all-wheel drive electric vehicles in this configuration."
It is the most productive member of the S32K family with four 320 MHz Arm Cortex-M7 cores configured as a pair of lock-step and two split-lock cores. Up to 6 Mbytes of flash memory and 800 Kbytes of RAM are available.