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Will swapping out electric car batteries catch on?

Thursday 19 May 22 10:30am


 

WITHOUT even a touch of the steering wheel, the electric car reverses autonomously into the recharging station.



I won't be plugging it in though, instead, the battery will be swapped for a fresh one, at this facility in Norway belonging to Chinese electric carmaker, Nio.

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