AEHRA, the new startup that aims to launch premium electric vehicles on the market, is slowly adding new details of his project. This company, we recall, has already unveiled its electric SUV that will debut in the in 2025. a sedan.
Now, AEHRA has decided to tell something more; on the batteries of its models which will be the result of joint work with the MIBA Group, which develops and manufactures battery solutions in its VOLT Factory in Austria.
According to AEHRA, the battery packs of which your models will be equipped with, will be designed to be easily disassembled. Therefore, it will be It is possible to replace and recycle only the damaged parts, safeguarding and reusing the intact ones.
Interestingly, the two companies will work to develop a battery with a “900+V” architecture. Accumulator that will be able to rely on FLEXcooler technology, supplied by the Miba Group. The company he says that it is a light, efficient and high-performance battery cooling system. Furthermore, the aim is to ensure that the cars can have fast and efficient recharging over time.
Precisely on the topic of recharging, Franco Cimatti, Chief Engineering Officer of AEHRA, with a past in Ferrari and Lotus, commented:
Many talk about fast charging, 350 kW is the best. a reference number for the industry and can be used as a reference number. support until the battery holds the temperature. If it is not able to manage this last factor, the speed; charging slows down. We're trying to make a drum kit that's more powerful than ever before. ‘trained’ to bear that effort in the reloading process, so; to be able to keep it for longer; time possible.
AEHRA's electric vehicles will also support two-way charging. In this regard, Franco Cimatti adds:
A photovoltaic system in a house has a storage battery of about 10 kW, if you have a car that has more than 10 kW. of 100 kWh in the event of an emergency, it can be power the house for a few days thanks to the car battery.
So, thanks to the collaboration with the MIBA Group, the manufacturer intends to equip its cars with batteries that can easily disassembled and repaired, in order to favor the recycling and reuse of the internal components. Cimatti explains:
An approach that will lead to the to a complication of design, but which allows the battery to be repaired and reused, and which at the same time is appreciated by suppliers, because it; it differs from the one traditionally used by the big automotive players. Today we see a lot of emphasis on trying to lighten the battery, removing elements and in some ways simplifying assembly. A battery built instead with our specifications, will allow you to; to replace the cells and to use the rest of the structure, the cooling part, as well as; such as wiring and control units. Take it and throw it away a typical practice of our times, but with the advent of sustainability; the importance of fixing and repairing is returning.
THE ELECTRIC SUV
We remind you that according to AEHRA, the SUV measures about 5.1 meters in length, about 2 meters in width and 1.64 meters in height, with a wheelbase of approximately 3 meters. As far as the specifications are concerned, for the moment we know that the car will have a lot of equipment. of a power between between 550 and 600 kW and will be; able to reach a speed; maximum speed of 265 km/h (electronically limited). For autonomy, the aim is for a distance of over 800 km. For the price, in the past there was talk of a range between 160 and 180 thousand euros.
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