.............We were waiting for Hyundai to talk about the LG Energy Solution (LGES) statement on Kona Electric fires for a while, but now InsideEVs has an official explanation for them. According to Hyundai, it was indeed a folded anode tab in the batteries that caused the fires. Remember that these folded anode tabs could also be on the Chevrolet Bolt EV
, which uses LG Energy Solution cells and also experienced fires recently.....https://insideevs.com/news/492387/hyund ... res-cause/
Hi, Trevmar. A team of GM engineers has made substantial progress in identifying the root cause and potential remedies for this issue. They are in the process of validating state-of-the-art software that can diagnose potential issues early and restore 100% charge capability. A final remedy for this recall is anticipated for April 2021. As soon as our solution is available, we will announce it on the www.chevy.com/boltevrecall
website. You will be mailed a letter with instructions to visit a Chevrolet EV dealer to have them perform the final remedy.
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