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Nio recently established Nio Battery Technology (Anhui) Co., Ltd., with Li Bin as the chairman and registered capital of 2 billion yuan. Its business scope includes battery manufacturing; graphite and carbon products manufacturing, etc., 100% controlled by Nio Holdings Co., Ltd.

According to Jiwei.com, Nio is developing its own “lithium manganese iron phosphate” and 4680 batteries and plans to mass-produce these two batteries. Among them, lithium iron manganese phosphate batteries will be supplied to NIO’s sub-brand “Alps”, which is positioned in the price range of 200,000-300,000 yuan, and also supports battery replacement. It is expected to be launched in 2024; It will be applied to NIO’s third-generation platform (NT3) models in 2024.

Li Bin, CEO of Nio Automobile, said in June this year that the research and development and production of new brand products for the mass market are progressing steadily, and it is expected to be launched in the second half of 2024. Between 300,000 yuan, it will be equipped with batteries produced by Nio itself and support high-voltage fast charging technology.

He said that Nio has formed a battery-related team of more than 400 people and will launch an 800V high-voltage platform battery pack in 2024. According to reports, the above-mentioned 800V high-voltage battery is a 4680 battery, which is planned to be installed in the models of Nio’s third-generation platform (NT3).

In August of this year, “Late Auto” said that NIO was developing its own lithium iron manganese phosphate and 4680 batteries, and planned to mass-produce these two batteries.

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