Regardless of how your vehicle is powered—whether it be an internal-combustion engine or a battery pack powering an electric motor—most powertrains have a common enemy: heat. For Taipei-based XING Mobility, heat is a major concern for its high-performance Miss R model as its battery cells need to rapidly discharge to generate its maximum quoted output of 1,000 kilowatts (1,341-horsepower). The more rapidly you discharge a battery, the more heat it generates—and XING believes it has a solution to keep its fast-discharging battery pack cool. DON'T MISS: Video explains how...
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