IM Motors Unveils IM L6 with 621-Mile Range

Chinese EV automaker IM Motors recently unveiled the IM L6 electric sedan. At the official launch event, the company’s co-CEO Liu Tao recently claimed that solid-state batteries lie at the heart of its new smart car, setting it apart from its predecessors and competitors. “This technology is a culmination of ten years of innovation,” said Tao. The company claims to have introduced the industry’s first mass-produced sedan to be equipped with a quasi-900 V ultra-fast-charging solid-state battery with a range of up to 621 miles on a single charge.

To learn more about the new IM L6 electric sedan, watch this UltiumTech video, “This NEW Chinese EV Just STUNNED The Entire Auto Industry!“. Beyond its impressive range and autonomous features, the IM L6 stands as a testament to the unified commitment of Chinese heavyweights, including SAIC Group and Alibaba, who have collaborated to push the boundaries of EV technology.

As the automotive landscape evolves, the role of solid-state batteries is not just significant; it’s transformative. Solid-state batteries represent the pinnacle of battery technology, promising a future of higher energy density, enhanced safety, and faster charging times compared to traditional lithium-ion batteries.