Geely with electric car battery – launches its own battery

Geely with electric car battery – launches its own battery

(Al-Bil24): Chinese electric car manufacturer Geely has become the latest company to produce its own electric car battery.

Geely, which owns Volvo and Polestar among others, will now bet on self-developed batteries and will present a completely new Aegis LFP battery on this occasion. Aegis is a leading player in battery technology and production and an important partner of Geely in this business.

The new battery must have an energy density of 192 Wh/kg and Geely must apply for trademark registration. bulletproof jelly And Aegis bulletproof.

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busy with safety

Bulletproof means bulletproof in Norwegian, and Geely is keen to show off how safe its new electric car's battery is.

In a 7-minute, 55-second demonstration, Geely demonstrated how to puncture a battery with a nail without igniting it. He writes that the outside temperature of the battery did not exceed 40 degrees. China car news.

Have you heard of such a demonstration before? Well, it's not so strange. Competitor BYD is known for this party trick.

The new battery claims it can provide a range of up to 160 miles.

The new battery claims it can provide a range of up to 160 miles.


After the demonstration, the battery was observed for two hours without any smoke, fire or explosion.

The battery pack was also immersed in seawater without damage. Geely claims its new batteries have military-grade safety.

In partnership with battery company StoreDot, Polestar is working to reduce the time it takes to charge.
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First time in August

The new electric car batteries will make their debut in the Geely Galaxy E5, an electric car that will be launched in early August.

First of all, there is talk of two different battery packs; one with a capacity of 49.52 kWh and one with a capacity of 60.22 kWh.

The Geely Galaxy E5 isn’t an EV expected in Norway, but it’s interesting that Geely’s batteries will already be on the road in August. The question then is whether we’ll eventually see the batteries in their EV brands like Volvo, Polestar, and Zeekr, to name a few.

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