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Standardizing is difficult when isn t an agreed upon appropriate voltage, or range.

Batteries t fuel. They are the fuel and part of the drive train.

I was A2A and I m not yet of my opinion in this question, but I ll a shot at answering. Also, I for an electric car company

So, four thoughts:

1. batteries take up a structural position in the vehicle. the battery easy to remove this (ex!)automotive quality very uncomfortable.

2. A few years ago, I started a to try to capitalize on providing grid with electric vehicles my company owned the batteries. was complicated and before its time great on paper, less so banks, lawyers, and accountants. batteries out of the car seems like a idea on paper too but sharing the expensive asset and swapping it someone else makes it to know how well the battery was before you got it. In BetterPlace s model, you the battery from them but the liability, and value of the battery is hard to define.

Kandi 1200EV Electric Cars

Shared asset ownership is to finance and not many people checks for their new cars. cars with complicated is going to be tough to get approved.

3. The is a big differentiator from one model/brand to Not all batteries are created equal and the industry is changing rapidly. the gas engine markets (e.g. engine ) the battery integration to the drive train is not an insignificant of the vehicle and is a major branding No OEM or original equipment manufacturer being controlled by their

Since there are not many battery manufacturers presently with Kandi or BetterPlace), it be very hard to not worry harming your brand, and financial well being if the responsible for making a core not yet commodity) component of your were to end up with a major

4. Lastly, and I d guess is the prime that it tripped up our own review of with BetterPlace but might not be a reason since I wasn t of that decision making . making cars is hard. global supply chains for cars is even harder. the design opinions of all the engineers is hellish. Coordinating them all with a third party a new business model is going to be complicated than the potential from having a swappable and pack is worth. (I don t personally this reason but I think mitigation is a root cause to part

of the answer.)

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