First of all, its batteries can be charged at a normal rate even in sub-zero temperatures. The battery, called Phoenix, uses superconducting materials and thermal management to rapidly heat from -20°C to 25°C in just five minutes.
Huang Xiangdong, co-founder and president of Greater Bay Technology, allows this battery to recharge in “six minutes in all weather conditions”.
At the same time, Phoenix is also capable of holding a charge at low temperatures and at a range of up to 1000 km.
The new battery is scheduled to launch in electric vehicles of Aion, China’s third most popular electric vehicle brand, in 2024.
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