ev4all hat geschrieben:Renault bezeichnet 22 kW übrigens auch als beschleunigte Ladung und nicht als Schnellladung.
midimal hat geschrieben:Da Renault den ZOE auf 22kW runterkastriert hat ist derzeit 22KW für den ZOE die SCHNELLLADUNG
The Sunderland facility is also currently producing lithium-ion battery cells – but only for 24 kWh pack versions (interim 30 kWh batteries are made in Japan and the US). Looking ahead, Nissan has allocated an investment of £26.5 million (over $38 million) to gear up for the future generation of batteries.
Sunderland also supplies 24 kWh batteries for the e-NV200 van, which is produced in Nissan’s Barcelona plant in Spain, and then sold throughout Europe and Japan.
30 kWh packs for the LEAFs sold in Europe are assembled using cells produced in Japan.
“Three years after Nissan introduced electric vehicle and battery manufacturing to Europe, the 50,000th European-built Nissan LEAF has rolled off the production line.
Manufactured in Nissan’s flagship plant in Sunderland, UK, it is the first time a European carmaker has built 50,000 electric vehicles (EVs) and the batteries which power them – further confirmation of Nissan’s innovation and leadership in electric vehicle technology.
The silver, Tekna grade Nissan LEAF rolled off the production line last week and is destined for a customer in France. European-built Nissan LEAFs are currently exported to 23 global markets covering Western Europe and other destinations as diverse as Argentina, Iceland, Israel and Taiwan.
Nissan LEAF and battery manufacturing was launched in the UK in 2013 by Prime Minister David Cameron and supports over 2,000 jobs at Nissan and in its UK suppliers. And 2016 is shaping up to be a landmark year for LEAF, with the extended-range 250km LEAF introduced to Europe and the announcement that Nissan’s future generation batteries are confirmed for production in Sunderland – a further £26.5m investment in the plant.”
Twizyflu hat geschrieben:Dann dürfte die 60 kWh Batterie schon in der Mache sein... endlich