For many, the Chevrolet Camaro 1969 (and 68) model is the best one made. We couldn’t agree more as well, so you would be a bit on edge when you come across a Camaro EV Conversion of the year 1969. Car blasphemy or a beautiful Electrified car? You be the judge of that.
Founded in 2015 by former employees of Panasonic and Tesla in Taipei, Taiwan. Lithium-ion battery packs and modules are created and produced by XING Mobility for use in energy storage systems and electric vehicles. Utilizing industry-standard li-ion batteries and XING Mobility’s revolutionary immersion-cooling technology, modular battery solutions with ultra-fast charging capabilities and unmatched safety are available.
However, they have more up their sleeves and their most recent car is a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro that has been electrified.
Chevrolet Camaro EV 1969
As an innovative energy storage company, Xing Mobility presented the entire system for the first time inside a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro to show off how simple and versatile their kit is to install. The technology is intended to offer a safe, high-performance, fully-integrated electric powertrain setup to bespoke tuning shops, electric conversion garages, professional “hot-rodders,” and even experienced home car builders.
The Plug & Play Pack
Xing Mobility describes the battery pack created for the conversion kit as follows:
“The pack uses a ground-breaking immersion cooling technique that immerses the battery cells in non-conductive 3MTM NovecTM Engineered Fluid for greater heat control and cell temperature uniformity. Immersion cooling is now regarded as the most efficient cooling technology for electric vehicles, ensuring much-increased power output rates and ultra-fast charging. The battery’s life cycle is extended by the cooling technique to up to 3,000 charge cycles, and it needs very little maintenance during its useful life. Importantly, the cooling fluid also has fire-retardant qualities, which reduces the possibility of thermal runaway inside the pack even in circumstances of damage or puncture, making the device exceedingly safe during use.”
The pack also features high-power induction motors, all necessary power electronics, and Xing’s proprietary transmission system.
Co-founder and CTO of Xing Mobility Azizi Tucker commented on the system’s introduction as follows:
“We’re enthused about the potential to assist more automakers in electrifying their designs. Our customers are accustomed to mechanical installations, but they frequently lack knowledge of high voltage and battery systems. With XING Mobility’s conversion solutions, we offer a system that is as quick and secure to install as a typical crate engine can be, allowing our clients to concentrate on what they do best: creating, operating, and competing in high-performance, high-quality builds.”
They withheld information about the kit’s cost and availability, but make sure to follow them here.
Source: https://electrek.co & https://www.xingmobility.com