Geely’s Aegis Short Blade LFP Battery: Unveiling Extreme Safety


Geely introduces its latest Aegis short blade battery, boasting high energy density, best-in-class battery life, and extreme safety features. The lithium iron phosphate battery is 40% shorter than traditional ones, increasing performance while reducing internal resistance and heat generation. Offering 3,500 charging cycles, Geely claims it’s equivalent to driving 1 million kilometers and reduces carbon emissions significantly.

Why does it matter?

Geely’s short blade battery features super-fast charging, stable low-temperature performance, and excellent capacity retention even in extreme conditions. With a charging time of 17 minutes 4 seconds to reach 80% capacity, it outperforms long blade batteries by 1.5 times. The use of carbon nanotubes and additives improves ion transmission, enabling efficient fast charging and enhancing overall performance.

The battery has passed rigorous extreme tests, including seawater corrosion, cold environment, high-frequency pack bottom scraping, overweight rolling, collision, and fire resistance. By incorporating high-tech safety features such as a high-strength diaphragm, self-fusing technology, and a patented grid frame design, Geely ensures maximum safety and energy density in the battery.

How is it going to shape the future?

Geely’s new short blade battery is set to debut in the upcoming Galaxy E5 SUV, offering impressive CLTC range options of 440 and 530 kilometers with different pack sizes. Combined with the Galaxy 11-in-1 intelligent electric drive system, the E5 SUV promises high energy efficiency with low power consumption. The innovative technology and extreme safety measures in Geely’s battery will likely set new standards in the EV industry, paving the way for safer, more efficient electric vehicles in the future.