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Turn-Key Solutions Tailored for Commercial Vehicles: Microvast Introduces Next-Generation Battery Products With Leading-Edge Energy Density and Power Performance

Microvast Holdings, a technology innovator that designs, develops and manufactures lithium-ion battery solutions, introduces new battery packs for its high energy and high power cell technologies, offering market-leading energy density, fast charging capability and outstanding cycle life.

Samples of the MV-B and MV-C Gen 4 battery packs, as well as other Microvast product offerings, will be on display at Microvast’s booth at IAA Transportation 2022 in Hannover, Germany this week.

Microvast’s two new battery cells announced earlier this year, known as MpCO-48Ah (high power) and HpCO-53.5Ah (high energy), have the same dimensions and can be fully integrated into all of Microvast’s Gen 4 battery packs and the new MV-I pack.

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“Our new pack offerings are designed to meet diversified technical requirements across the commercial vehicle segment, thus providing customers with the ability to source cell to pack technologies from one trusted supplier. Our new generation cells and packs are available for sample orders and are expected to be in mass production from our Huzhou 3.1 facility in Q1 2023,” said Sascha Kelterborn, Microvast’s President and Chief Revenue Officer.

Upgraded battery packs offer a one-stop, off-the-shelf solution for commercial vehicles

The MV-B and MV-C Gen 4 battery packs maintain similar dimensions to their predecessors, while delivering approximately 20% more energy and power. The new packs also implement additional features at the module and pack levels to improve thermal management and safety control, fulfilling upcoming safety standards regarding thermal runaway. The Gen 4 battery packs are designed and can be certified to meet cross-regional battery standards (ECE R100.3, GB 38031 & UL2580).

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Microvast is also introducing a new product series called the “MV-I pack,” which is an all-in-one integrated battery pack with market leading specifications:

  • In-housing integrated cooling plate to minimize risk of coolant leakage into the battery pack
  • Light weight design incorporating innovative technologies to increase energy density up to 180 Wh/kg on the pack level while maintaining the robustness required for commercial applications.
  • Integrated BDU provides significant higher modularity and flexibility for vehicle integration (with multi-string management system to cover the widest range of energy on board from 62 kWh to 640 kWh with similar system architecture)

Microvast’s new MpCO-48Ah and HpCO-53.5Ah pouch cells are available in the same size and can be integrated into the Gen 4 battery packs. This high-level of compatibility allows OEMs to switch battery technology based on the operating requirements without significant changes to the powertrain design.

In addition, the lightweight and long-life pack design combined with our new battery cells presents an attractive value proposition for total cost of ownership and best-in-class performance. Microvast expects these new solutions to become critical revenue drivers.

Microvast has been delivering sample products to its OEM partners in the commercial vehicle market during 2022, with full scale production expected to begin in 2023.

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