Faraday Future and LG will be collaborating with each other in order to manufacture world’s highest energy density lithium-ion cells for FF’s electric vehicles.
Faraday Future is working these days on the upcoming electric vehicles along with the sports EV which the company is looking to introduce in a few months.
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For this purpose, Faraday Future and LG Chem have signed an agreement according to which, LG will help in providing batteries to FF. The lithium ion batteries that are used in electric vehicles will be used in electric systems of the future cars prepared by Faraday Future.
The partnership between these two companies also mean that they are going to build one of the biggest alliance with each other while working on the parts of EVs.
The companies will also research with one and other to bring about reforms in the battery technology that is currently being used in electric vehicles. The cells produced by LG Chem will be incorporated in the company’s universal and scalable modular battery structure.
Faraday Future’s VP of Global Supply Chain said that LG Chem is working pretty closely with FF in order to bring about the latest technology of EV batteries. They are both working on producing more efficient, safer and mass production batteries for the future EVs.
“LG Chem worked closely with Faraday Future to develop a tailored cell chemistry to optimize the range and safety of our mass production battery hardware,” said Tom Wessner, VP of Global Supply Chain, Faraday Future.
“At FF, we are working with world-class suppliers to advance our technological innovations, and we look forward to our relationship with LG Chem as we push towards our vision of future mobility.”
For getting top notch battery systems they had to work with world class suppliers of electronic products which is the reason Faraday Future has chosen to collaborate with LG Chem who are masters at the work.
According to an energy representative at LG Chem, their progress in the technology is directly linked to the innovation that is being made in the sector of batteries of EVs. According to LG, they are looking forward to bring about a great collaboration in order to make the best hard ware for future.
“As a leading supplier of automotive cells and batteries, we are proud to work alongside Faraday Future as we work together to create the next generation of electric vehicles,” said UB Lee, the President of Energy Solution Company, LG Chem.
“Our progress so far represents a major step forward in battery technology, and we look forward to growing our partnership and co-developing hardware into the future.”