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China's New Quick-Charging LFP Battery Offers 400 KM Of Driving Range With A 10-Minute Charge

The Chinese automotive battery manufacturer CATL has introduced a new battery with a range of 400 kilometres per 10-minute charge.

The lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery contains modified electrode materials and an electrolyte mixture that allows for speedier charging without compromising safety.

Contemporary Amperex Technology Limited (CATL), also known as Contemporary Amperex Technology, has developed the 'ShenXing' battery for use in more affordable electric vehicle variants.

The quick-charging LFP battery is equipped with proprietary CATL technology, such as rapid ion ring technology, a new superconducting electrolyte formulation, and an ultra-thin and safer separator.

The new LFP battery will enable a range of up to 700 km. Electrek reports that CATL claims its new innovation is the world's first LFP battery to support 4C charging and a "battery for everyone."

The "C" indicates the battery's charging multiplier. Therefore, 4C can charge in a quarter-hour.

Moreover, this advanced battery is designed to function optimally even in frigid weather.

By the end of 2023, widespread production of these batteries is anticipated to commence.

The newest battery technology from CATL is anticipated to be incorporated into electric vehicles that reach the market by the beginning of 2024.

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