This week, the first Yiwei EVs from automaker JAC rolled off the production line. This is an important – and perhaps decisive – milestone in the (modern) history of electric cars. It is the first mass-produced electric car with a sodium-ion battery.
Why is this important?Today, one of the main criticisms of electric cars is their price. With few exceptions, they are beyond the reach of ordinary people. The industry is trying to slowly lower prices. As is often the case, China is taking the lead.
In the news: Chinese people can now drive an electric car with a lithium-free battery.
- JAC completed assembly of its first Yiwei electric vehicle this week, according to reports Chinese car news. The first delivery is expected to take place next week. The world's first electric car equipped with a lithium-free battery.
the details: What exactly is changing?
- Equipping your car with a sodium-ion battery may seem counter-intuitive. This battery has a lower energy density
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