Chinese carmakers Nio and Geely have signed a deal to partner on EV battery-swapping technology.
The partnership will see the two firms working together to widen the number of cars and commercial vehicles that can offer the technology in the future. The deal comes as Nio celebrates opening 30 Power Swap Stations (PPS) in Europe, with the latest two being in Malmö and Arlandastad, Sweden.
The two new PPSs can perform up to 408 swaps a day and store up to 21 batteries, said Nio. The carmaker now has over 2,200 PPSs around the world.