This paper shows a case study on the new e-mobility courses design, development, implementation and evaluation for undergraduate automotive engineering students at Riga Technical University. According to actual automotive market development and industry demands, the automotive engineering curricula has been supplemented with new Electrical Road Vehicle Technology and Innovative Automotive Technology courses. The case study shows the main challenges of interdisciplinary course content adaptation for automotive engineering students with mechanical engineering background. The created courses comply with gaining comprehensive knowledge of electrical engineering topics, like advanced electrical drives, electrical machines, energy storage technologies and power electronics. Both courses have been successfully implemented and evaluated, using analysis of assignment fulfillment and student survey result assessment that have shown obvious correlations. The student survey results reflect the lack of knowledge or competence in separate course topics and can be effectively used for further course development and content complexity adjustments.