How long can lithium-ion batteries in general electric vehicles be used


Electric vehicle lithium batteries are mainly divided into three categories: first, ternary lithium, which is also a commonly used type of lithium battery; Secondly, lithium iron phosphate; Thirdly, lithium titanate. During this period, the popularity of lithium titanate was very low and the usage rate was relatively low. What is the lifespan of lithium batteries for electric vehicles? Many people are puzzled about the lifespan of lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles.
How long can a set of electric vehicle lithium batteries last? Why can some people use lithium batteries for 2-3 years, and even some can use them for 3-5 years? In fact, the lifespan of most lithium batteries is planned to be around 1000 cycles (usually ternary lithium battery materials), which is 3-4 years.
What is the lifespan of lithium batteries for electric vehicles? How long can lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles last? I believe the vast majority of customers have heard that the lifespan of lithium batteries is "1000 times", with 1000 charges and discharges. Beyond this number, the battery "passes away", and many friends want to extend its lifespan.
Is charging done every time the battery is completely depleted, which really extends the lifespan of the battery? The answer is no. The lifespan of a lithium battery is "1000 times", which refers not to the number of charges, but to a charging and discharging cycle. A charging cycle means the process of charging the battery from full to empty, and then from empty to full, which is not equivalent to charging once.

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