New Electric Car Electric Car Battery Charges in 5 minutes and lasts for 300 miles

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New Electric Car Electric Car Battery Charges in 5 minutes and lasts for 300 miles

It’s a known fact that the current battery technology is far from perfect, they’re heavy and take way too long to charge. This new battery charges in 5 minutes and promises 300 miles of range, revolutionizing the EV market.

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We’eve discussed this before here; pinpointing the major fallbacks of electric cars compared to gasoline and diesel cars which are much more convenient in today’s conditions.

Now though, with StoreDot’s FlashBattery which allows the electric vehicles to onboard battery to fully charge in 5 minutes.

Electric vehicles have come a long way in the past few years but one key problem remains: long recharging times. “Using a combination of gradient layers of nano materials and proprietary organic compounds.” The battery also eschews graphite, which is common in lithium-ion batteries, because it is “unable to sustain fast charging power.”

The battery is expected to deliver up to 482 km *300 miles of range according to Store Dot – CEO Doro Myersdorf stated recently that “The currently available battery technology dictates long charging times which makes the EV form of transportation inadequate for the public at large. We’re exploring options with a few strategic partners in the auto space to help us boost the production process in Asia and reach mass production as soon as possible.”

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