Help i want to work in the electric vehicle industry and idk whether to study ‘electrical and electronic engineering’ or ‘mechanical and electrical engineering’ at university
Personally I wouldn't do a joint engineering degree as you won't be taught the same amount of content than in a single engineering course. It's like being the jack of two trades or being a master at one. However it's still your choice and i'd say do mechanical and engineering as a joint engineering course as electrical and electronic isn't really a joint engineering course as most places offer electrical engineering with electronic as a standard, and doing mechanical and electrical will give you a wider knowledge scope.
The motor and drive train seem pretty interesting to me but surely that is both mechanical and electrical://
However with Mechanical you will have to study some electrical modules as well. If you want to focus more on the electrical side of things you can also do so with your optional modules. Mechanical engineering is very broad on that aspect.
I’d say look at the modules of both and decide which one seems more interesting to you as you will have to study it for 3-4 years. With either degree you will be able to get a job and who knows your interests may change later on.
If you are sure you want to focus on the motor and drivetrain I’d say go Mechanical.
There’s a very good YouTube channel MajorPrep that explains both very well in terms of what you study, projects and job prospects. But definitely look at the modules of the courses you plan to apply to.