China’s Lynk & Co unveiled the Zero concept, an electric car that has battery with 2 million km of lifespan. As the company says “With this concept we were given a look at the future of the Lynk & Co brand as a global leader in pure electric vehicles.”
The electric Concept, was first unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show and is a particularly powerful electric crossover, featuring 536 horsepower. The four-wheel drive pure electric Concept promises a total range of up to 700 km (435 miles), while the acceleration of 0-100 km/h comes in less than 4 seconds.
The prototype was designed at the company’s studio in Gothenburg, Sweden. The production version will be offered in a rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive version and reportedly from China will carry a 100 kWh battery.
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This may all be extremely impressive, but the element that made this model a global topic of discussion is the durability of its battery. According to official statements, its lifespan is 2,000,000 km, (1,242,742 miles) while in the first 200,000 km, it does not lose even 1% of its efficiency.
Of course the model is also equipped with all technological goodies of comfort and safety, such as air suspension, semi-autonomous CoPilot driving, and also accepts Over the Air upgrades. It remains to be seen whether he will live up to all its promises.