Aston Martin teams up with Britishvolt to creat next-generation battery technologies

Aston Martin teams up with Britishvolt to creat next-generation battery technologies

As the overwhelming majority of worlds leading car manufacturers is dramaticly shifting its standpoint on zero carbon technology, Aston Martin - the iconic Luxury British Sport Car Company, known for its gasoline-fueled vehicles, is colaborating with the UK’s foremost investor in battery technologies - Britishvolt. The joint team will focus on developing “high-performance batteries”. This comes as the carmaker plans to launch a battery-electric vehicle in 2025.

In an announcement made this Monday, two companies gear up to “design, develop, and industrialise battery packs, including bespoke modules and battery management system.” 

Eirlier, the luxuary British car brand has already confirmed the deliveries of a plug-in hybrid, the Valhalla, which will start in 2024. 

According to Aston Martin’s new electrification strategy, the company’s new product lines will offer the electrified versions by the year 2026. Companys Chief Executive Tobias Moers pointed out that the partnership with Britishvolt will create new development opportunities for the carmaker:

“Working together with Britishvolt, I believe we can create new technologies to power benchmark-setting Aston Martin electric cars that will match our reputation for high performance and ultra-luxury with the highest standards of sustainability.”

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