BOLLORE BLUESUMMER ELECTRIC VEHICLE
Launched by Bolloré in 2013 and produced by PSA Group, Citroen in France since 2015. The Bolloré Bluesummer, the world’s first convertible electric vehicle, uses Lithium Metal Polymer (LMP®) batteries, Bolloré’s proprietary thin film battery technology with high power density and safety. The LMP battery provides the vehicle with an expected battery life for 400,000km (250,000mi). The Citroen production line in the Rennes, France has a capacity of 15 vehicles a day and 3,500 per annum.
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