The battery packs of most modern electric cars are far different than those in your mobile phone or other portable devices.
In most cases, they include hundreds or thousands of cells, arranged into modules, and usually surrounded by channels containing liquid coolant to keep the battery in its desired temperature range.
Now a new video shows exactly what the inside of a Chevy Bolt EV’s 60-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion pack looks like—and how it’s arranged.
Read the full article from Green Car Reports here.
Click on this link to see the video.