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BYD Dual Mode II Technology

High Voltage,
High Torque, High RPM

Clean and Efficient In everyday driving conditions, the internal combustion engine is not needed as the onboard electric motor is capable of driving the vehicle with zero emissions. Strong Power The Dual Mode II drivetrain from BYD has increased performance, with up to 223Kw of power and 440Nm of torque. Safety Guarantees The Dual Mode II technology has undergone rigorous testing that proves its safety, stability and durability. Convenient Charging The Dual Mode II system can use a home electrical outlet or a dedicated charging station to recharge the battery. Low Running Costs In hybrid mode, the running cost of BYD Qin installed with BYD Dual Mode II system is only 16 Yuan RMB, equivalent to the fuel cost of a 2 litre car.

Applies to urban conditions where cars accelerate and decelerate frequently.

DM I DM II
Voltage(v) 330 480
Engine 1.0 naturally aspirated engine 1.5TI turbo-charged+direct injection
Max power of engine(KW) 50 113
Rotation speed of electric motor 6000(rpm) 12000(rpm)
Max power of electric motor(KM) 75 110
Transmission 5-speed manual transmission 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission
Max power in Dual mode(KM) 125 223
Max torque in Dual mode(Nm) 440
Range(Km) 60 50
Battery Capacity(KWH) 16 10

ET-Power Fe Battery Technology
Advantages

High Safety Rigorous safety tests undertaken
Able to withstand extreme weather and collision damage
Long product life, without the need for a new battery during
the vehicle's lifetime
Low Cost Iron is cheaper than cobalt, so Fe batteries cost less than
cobalt based versions
As a mature technology, iron based batteries lower the
cost of EV ownership
Both the BYD F3DM and the e6 use Fe batteries, and they've
proved to be a commercial success.
Environmentally Friendly During production, no pollution is generated
Safe to use
Older batteries can be recycled and reused
High Craftsmanship High levels of workmanship are used during the production
of the batteries
BYD is a leader in the battery industry

Two Way Charging-Discharging System

Have you ever thought that a car could become a mobile charging point? During off peak hours, you can charge your car, while at peak hours you can send power back to the state grid with a maximum of 43KW. No matter if it’s a single phase household electrical system or a commercial standard three phase network you can easily charge or provide electricity to the network.

V to G (Vehicle to Grid)

Charge your car
Charge the network
During off peak hours, you can charge your car and store energy in the car’s battery pack, while you can give power back to your home or your company during peak hours, making your car into a mobile charging station. In emergency situations, you can provide power to hospitals, schools and firefighting equipment, etc. This system uses a global standard for charging and can provide a great deal of electricity in certain circumstances.

V to V (Vehicle to Vehicle)

Cars charge cars
Our EV's are set up so that they can help charge other cars, either in an emergency situation or to help those that do not have enough power to get home under their own charge.

V to L(Vehicle to Load)

When the car leaves the grid, the car becomes the grid. Imagine you are out in the countryside away from an electrical outlet and you want to watch a movie on your laptop or use another electrical device, but it lacks a power source. Then, you can simply use the car’s system to power your device with 10 to 15kw of onboard power.