Published on November 21, 2023 at 6:17 a.m.Updated November 21, 2023 at 6:22 a.m.
In an electric car, the battery is the most expensive element. The problem is that it is also the most complicated to repair in the event of a problem. While electric cars continue to gain market share against thermal engines in France and Europe, the question of the repairability of their most strategic component is becoming nagging.
Aware of the issue, more and more players in the sector are warning about the excesses of certain manufacturers who care little about whether the batteries of their cars, housed under the floor and representing 30 to 40% of the value of their vehicles, are repairable. The phenomenon concerns half of the brands in Europe and Asia, according to analysis by Mobivia (Norauto, Midas, Vroomly group, etc.).
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