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How to extend the lifespan of electric vehicle batteries? Hyundai Auto shares 5 tips

Author:QINSUN Released in:2024-01 Click:88

Although Hyundai may not seem like an electric vehicle manufacturer, the reality is that it is also one of the major players in the electric vehicle industry.

According to foreign media reports, Hyundai Motor has recently shared 5 practical tips with electric vehicle owners, which can significantly slow down the decay of battery packs and extend battery life.

1. Avoid excessive discharge of the battery pack.

If the electricity meter drops below 20% for a long time, the battery capacity may quickly degrade, leading to a sharp decrease in capacity.

2. Can be charged multiple times.

Multiple charges can effectively prevent the battery pack from dropping below 20% and prevent excessive discharge. Ideally, it is advisable to charge once a day or every two to three days.

3. Avoid driving electric vehicles for long periods of intense acceleration.

Due to the power output of the battery pack of electric vehicles, it can meet daily driving needs. However, prolonged intense driving and aggressive acceleration can cause damage to the battery pack due to excessive discharge.

4. Try to park the electric vehicle in a cool place and avoid direct summer sunlight.

As the temperature rises, the capacity degradation of lithium-ion battery packs in electric vehicles will be faster. In addition, low temperatures can also reduce the range of electric vehicles. Therefore, the temperature in the parking area for electric vehicles should not be too high or too low.

5. An important point is to avoid overcharging.

Even when the modern car's battery gauge shows 100% charge, the battery pack is actually only charged to 80-90%. Because modern cars know that charging the battery to full charge can accelerate the degradation of battery pack performance.

The correct approach is to charge up to 80% of the battery every day. If additional range is required for long-distance travel, the battery pack can be charged to 100% of its capacity, as long as it is not charged to a high capacity for a long time.

Overall, although electric vehicles have advantages in terms of range, charging convenience, and purchasing costs compared to traditional fuel powered models in the current automotive market. But it can be foreseen that with the changes in battery technology and the automotive market environment, electric vehicles are expected to replace gasoline vehicles someday in the future.