Apr 15, 2024

Chinese automaker launches world’s first EV with ‘semi-solid-state’ battery

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In a promising step towards the evolution of next-generation electric vehicles (EV), Chinese car maker IM Motors has launched a car that features a version of solid-state batteries.

The battery pack, dubbed “Lightyear” by IM, is the primary power source for the company’s flagship L6 Lightyear Max, priced at approximately ¥330,000 (equivalent to US$45,600).

LM is a collaborative venture between SAIC and Alibaba, a Chinese internet conglomerate. The brand debuted with the L7 sedan and the LS7 electric SUV.

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