LG Chem Lists Which Vehicles Use Its Lithium-Ion Batteries
The latest LG Chem list of vehicles equipped with its lithium-ion batteries includes 4 new plug-in hybrids and 6 all-electric models added in 2015. There are also two conventional hybrids.
Especially China looks promising as two passenger cars, three buses and one commercial vehicle are powered by LG Chem batteries.
In total, the Korean company added more vehicles in 2015 than in 2013 and 2014 combined.
Not much is known of future plans, but LG Chem should add Tesla Roadster (replacement packs), Chevrolet Bolt EV (confirmed for late 2016), and even more models from various brands to this list.
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