Elektromobilität: Alles, was man über die Batterie des Modularen Elektrobaukastens von Volkswagen wissen muss

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Heute mal detaillierte Einsichten in die Batterie des Modularen Elektrobaukastens von Volkswagen. Interessant!

The folks at PushEVs have taken a deep dive into the batteries that will power the first cars built on the MEB chassis and compiled everything we know about them in one place. To begin, here are the specifics on the battery cells themselves:

Manufacturer: LG Chem
Model: LGX E78
Voltage: 3,65 V
Capacity: 78 Ah
Weight: 1.073 g
Gravimetric energy density: 265 Wh/kg
Chemistry: NCM 712
Volkswagen MEB battery pack
Image credit: Volkswagen

Volkswagen is planning to use three different battery packs in the first round of cars built on the MEB chassis based on those LG Chem cells. So far, we expect them to power the ID.3 hatchback due out this summer, as well as the ID.4/Skoda ENYAK iV and the Audi Q4 that will go into production later this year. Here are details on all three battery pack configurations: Cars with the largest battery pack are expected to have a range of over 300 miles as measured by the WLTP standard.

Smallest Battery
Total capacity: 55 kWh
Usable capacity: 52 kWh (94 %)
Modules: 8
Cells: 192
Total Cell Weight: 206 kg

Medium Battery
Total capacity: 62 kWh
Usable capacity: 58 kWh (94 %)
Modules: 9
Cells: 216
Total cell weight: 232 kg

Largest Battery
Total capacity: 82 kWh
Usable capacity: 77 kWh (94 %)
Modules: 12
Cells: 288
Total cell weight: 309 kg


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Quelle: cleantechnica.com