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Posts Tagged: XING Mobility

XING Mobility launches new integrated battery system for heavy-duty EVs

XING Mobility, a Taipei-based electric powertrain company, has launched a new integrated battery system designed for heavy-duty EVs in the logistics, construction, agriculture and mining markets. “We look forward to collaborating with our partners and customers to accelerate the electrification transformation for all business fleets,” says co-founder and CEO of XING Mobility Royce YC Hong…. Read more »

HKS and XING Mobility to collaborate on EV technology

HKS and XING Mobility have announced a global strategic partnership to co-develop EV conversion technologies, combining HKS’s experience in passenger vehicle aftermarket parts with XING’s battery and powertrain expertise. Under the agreement, HKS will market and distribute XING’s IMMERSIO Modular Battery Systems. The partnership will give manufacturers access to a range of EV solutions, including… Read more »

XING Mobility partners with Castrol to deliver immersion-cooled battery systems

XING Mobility and Castrol have announced a partnership to further develop XING Mobility’s immersion cooling battery technology with Castrol’s thermal management fluid.  XING’s Immersio Modular Battery Pack technology directly submerges lithium-ion battery cells in non-conductive cooling fluid. Castrol’s recently launched product, Castrol ON e-thermal fluid, is circulated through XING Mobility’s system at a dynamic flow… Read more »

XING Mobility launches new modularized EV battery pack

Electric battery and powertrain technology company XING Mobility has launched a new EV battery pack. The Immersion Cooled Modular Battery Pack System is modularized and fully integrated, according to the company. Equipped with stackable micro-modules, the system can be configured into distinct sizes and shapes, including triangular, T-shaped, and U-shaped packs. To manage thermal challenges,… Read more »

XING Mobility’s electric supercar uses novel battery cooling system

Taipei-based electric powertrain startup XING Mobility has announced a 1,341 hp rally-inspired supercar that’s not afraid to leave the roadway. Miss R has 4 independent 350 V motors and 4-wheel torque vectoring, and XING says she will be able to reach 100 km/h in 1.8 seconds. In response to the inevitable comparison to the new… Read more »