Mullen and development partner take solid-state polymer battery cell technology to the vehicle pack level

Mullen Automotive Inc., an emerging electric vehicle (“EV”) manufacturer, announces an update on its partnership with Linghang Guochuang Group (LGG).

Partnership with LGG  is focused on taking solid-state polymer battery cell technology into vehicle pack level development. Solid-state batteries are planned for Mullen’s second-generation Mullen FIVE EV Crossover and show promise of over 300 miles of range delivered in 18 minutes with DC fast charging.

Mullen and LGG are on track with their existing partnership, which was originally started in late 2019 and subsequently sidelined in 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. In recent months, the two companies have made progress announce they have started integration of the solid-state polymer cell technology into the vehicle pack level.

Mullen has announced previously that solid-state polymer batteries are currently planned for the second generation of the Mullen FIVE EV Crossover. Data collected from solid-state cell testing shows impressive results for solid-state batteries, including potential range of 600 miles on a full charge and over 300 miles of range delivered in 18 minutes with DC fast charging.

Yao Wang, GM for Linghang Guochuang, said: “Linghang Guochuang is pleased to be able to continue on with our original written agreement (11-26-2019) with Mullen“.

David Michery, CEO and chairman of Mullen Automotive, said:”I am pleased to announce today that Mullen Automotive and LGG are moving forward on solid-state vehicle pack level development. Scaling from the cell level to pack level development is a major accomplishment and one I am proud to announce is progressing with LGG as our partner.”

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