Which low-speed vehicles use lithium batteries?

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7/18/20232 min read

Low-speed electric vehicles, as the name suggests, refer to electric vehicles with slower speeds. Some may say, “That’s obvious.” So, at what speed is considered "slow"? Generally, pure electric vehicles with speeds below 70 kilometers per hour are considered "low-speed electric vehicles". However, there are currently no detailed international standards for such vehicles, so the design mainly refers to standards from countries such as the European Union and Japan, which involve small body size, light body weight, and low maximum speeds.

Golf carts: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for golf courses, used for transporting players and carrying golf clubs and other equipment. They have low chassis height, making it easy to get on and off; they use a composite front suspension system, which provides excellent shock absorption and smooth driving; the rear suspension uses a high-load leaf spring design, offering superior load carrying capacity.

Area patrol vehicles: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for security guards or patrol officers, used for maintaining security and patrolling. They use an independent suspension system to achieve smooth shock absorption and can handle various road conditions; they have comprehensive functional systems, offering flexible and convenient operation; equipped with warning lights, sirens, and communication devices.

City sweeper vehicles: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for urban cleaning work, used for road sweeping. They have a small turning radius, making it convenient for driving on various roads; they are low-carbon, noiseless, and pollution-free; they have powerful propulsion and high cleaning efficiency.

Tourist sightseeing vehicles: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for tourist attractions, used for transportation. They adopt an open design to ensure a wide field of vision; the seat design and layout conform to ergonomics, providing comfortable seating and high space utilization; using pure electric drive, meeting the green environmental requirements of tourist attractions. In addition, lithium titanate battery manufacturers produce uniquely designed retro-style tourist sightseeing vehicles, with elegant appearance and symbolic emotions, adding a unique landscape to tourist attractions.

Special police vehicles: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for the police, used for patrol and maintaining public order. They are equipped with police lights, sirens, and communication devices, capable of handling emergency situations, while also possessing good maneuverability and adaptability to various road conditions.

Special cargo vehicles: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for the logistics and freight industry, used for short-distance transportation of goods. They typically have large loading capacity and storage space, suitable for urban goods distribution and warehouse handling work.

Special agricultural vehicles: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for the agricultural field, used for farming operations and transportation of agricultural products. They usually have special tires and suspension systems, capable of adapting to complex agricultural terrains, and are equipped with various agricultural tools and harvesting devices.

Special construction site vehicles: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for construction sites and construction sites, used for transporting workers, tools, and materials. They typically have a sturdy body and sufficient carrying capacity, capable of driving on uneven surfaces and adapting to the construction site environment.

Special campus buses: Low-speed vehicles specifically developed for campuses and educational institutions, used for student transportation within the campus. They have safety seats and protective facilities, providing safe and convenient student shuttle services.

Of course, low-speed electric vehicles also include special-purpose vehicles used for high-altitude operations, waste collection, and other specific purposes. These special low-speed vehicles are designed and developed according to specific industries and requirements to meet the transportation and traffic needs in specific scenarios. They need to ensure safety and reliability while being efficient and adaptable. Therefore, completing the charging process in a short time to ensure continuous use is also crucial.