Great Wall’s AGM: Solid-State Battery Breakthrough!

At Great Wall’s recent annual general meeting, exciting advancements were revealed, with a focus on solid-state battery technology. Great Wall has successfully developed small capacity solid state pouch cells, a crucial step towards utilizing this innovative technology in electric vehicles. Solid-state batteries are highly sought after due to their superior energy density, stability, safety, and versatility across temperature ranges.


Great Wall is investing in various battery technologies, including solid-state, to cater to different needs such as cost, battery life, and performance. The company’s development of solid-state batteries marks a significant milestone in the pursuit of more efficient and safer energy storage solutions for electric vehicles.

Why does it matter?

While many Chinese companies have made claims about solid-state batteries, commercialization has not yet been achieved. However, companies like Nio and IM Motors are on the brink of launching cars with semi-solid state batteries. Solid-state batteries are seen as the future of battery technology, offering benefits such as higher energy density and enhanced safety compared to traditional lithium-ion batteries.

How is it going to shape the future?

Great Wall’s advancements in battery technology, including the development of a 4C supercharging battery cell capable of adding 500 km range in 10 minutes, demonstrate a commitment to driving innovation in the electric vehicle market. Additionally, the unveiling of the Tank 800 as the new flagship model and the upcoming release of a facelifted Lightning Cat model showcase Great Wall’s dedication to enhancing its product lineup.

By investing in diverse battery technologies and making breakthroughs in solid-state battery development, Great Wall is poised to revolutionize the electric vehicle industry, offering consumers advanced solutions that prioritize efficiency, safety, and performance.