GM speeds up battery charging time

2018.06.28 | Universal car

According to foreign media reports, GM's electric car can last 180 miles in less than 10 minutes, and Bitsla's supercharging station can charge faster.

As part of its three-year plan, GM is working with a partner, Delta Americas, to develop a fast charging system for electric vehicles. GM said it will launch 20 electric vehicles by 2023, and the vehicle will be able to achieve fast charging.

Carmakers are racing to recharge their electric cars so consumers don't have to worry about running out of electricity. With the Delta system, the general electric vehicle can continue 18 miles per minute. Sam Abuelsamid, an analyst at Navigant Research, says Tesla's supercharger can last about six miles per minute while Porsche claims its electric overrun Taycan can charge 12.4 miles per minute.

Abuelsamid said, "when we cheer for cars, everyone wants to copy the process. This is especially true for people living in cities, where the promotion of electric vehicles is of great significance, and where it is most difficult for urban residents to obtain rechargeable resources.

Tesla claims on its website that its supercharging station can charge an electric car in 30 minutes, while GM's Chevrolet Bolt can last 90 miles in about 30 minutes at a fast public charging station.

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