When BMW introduces 4kVA voltage stabilizers, BMW says it won’t stop selling the batteries
Posted October 07, 2018 07:30:23ABMW has announced that it will begin selling a new type of battery in 2018 called 4kVa voltage stabilisers, which are meant to be more durable than conventional batteries.
This battery is designed to be used in the case of high-voltage spikes, and it has been developed specifically to help BMW customers avoid expensive repairs.
The company said that it expects to sell about 1.2 million of these batteries per year by the end of 2019.
The battery can withstand a high-speed crash by about 10 times, and is made with the same kind of materials that the company uses for its other lithium-ion battery products.
The batteries will be sold to customers of BMW’s powertrain unit, BMW Sport, which will be used to power the sportscar brand’s sports cars.
BMW said that the battery will be able to survive a crash of up to 10,000 km (6,200 miles) per charge, and will be available in four capacities: the high-energy density (HEID) 4kV battery, the medium-energy (MEID) 3kV, the low-energy-density (LEID) 1kV and the low (LE) 1.4kV.
This will be a large market, with BMW Sport customers expected to use the battery in cars up to the range of the brand’s i8 sedan, the first production model of which was announced in October.
The new battery will also be available for BMW customers who drive in other countries.
BMW says that this is the first time that the brand has used 4k and 5k volt batteries in a vehicle.
“The new battery offers the highest performance, durability and reliability in terms of performance and performance characteristics,” the company said.
The BMW i8 is currently on sale in the US, but BMW said it plans to expand the brand internationally.