How long do electric car batteries last?

September 24, 2022

How long do electric batteries last in EVs?

One of the most asked questions about electric vehicles is how long the batteries last? The battery warranty of most electric vehicles today is around 8 to 10 years and 100,000 to 150,000 miles – but we have to face it, electric vehicle batteries lose capacity over time which will reduce the mileage of your car.

But the interesting thing is – this “aging” and the final lifetime of your battery depends on HOW YOU USE your electric car. How much charging, discharging at which temperatures and so on.

This raises the question: is it possible to predict the lifetime or remaining life of a battery in an electric car and can we do something to maximize the life?

Let’s ask TWAICE a battery analytics and software startup in Munich, Germany – watch our new video and learn battery analytics and software company in Munich, Germany to find out how batteries are tested and how their lifetime can be predicted.

  • Why do batteries age?
  • What is the battery state of health?
  • Why do we need to test batteries for battery lifetime prediction?
  • How do we model battery aging?
  • Maximize battery lifetime and predict end of life for fleet managers
  • Second Life and why the battery lifecycle data is so important