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Does driving an electric car really “shed hair”? BYD uses actions to tell you the answer!


When most car companies were still toddling in the field of fuel vehicles, BYD focused on the new energy market; when the wave of new energy came, BYD focused on the safety of electric vehicles. In the new energy market, BYD always seems to be at the forefront of the industry in terms of breadth and depth. As the flagship model of BYD’s ten years of sharpening swords, Han, which was launched last year, has gathered years of experience accumulated by BYD in the field of new energy. In terms of design, intelligence, safety, and cruising range, BYD Han already has enough The strength is the benchmark model of the same level. This is also reflected in the sales data. Since its launch in July last year, BYD Han’s sales have continued to grow. After breaking through the 10,000 mark in November last year, it has continued to maintain a monthly sales of about 12,000. In the past March, Han EV achieved a good result of 10,323 vehicles. Up to now, BYD Han’s cumulative sales have exceeded 60,000, making it the only Chinese brand medium and large sedan that has sold more than 10,000 a month. For most electric vehicles currently on the market, cruising range and intelligence are still the focus of their emphasis. For BYD, which has a deep accumulation in the field of new energy, while having the mainstream endurance of the same level, it also focuses on the most fundamental and important safety issues of electric vehicles. Beginning last year, when almost all new energy vehicles used a large number of ternary lithium batteries, BYD went the other way, and launched a lithium iron phosphate blade battery with greater endurance and improved safety. , Let the lithium iron phosphate battery return to public view. At the recent BYD new car launch conference, BYD President Wang Chuanfu said: “Safety is the greatest luxury of pure electric vehicles”, which once again reflects BYD’s deep understanding of luxury electric vehicles. Where you can see, the blade battery shows BYD’s extremely powerful ability, and where you can’t see, BYD also has enough sincerity. In addition to explicit crash tests and battery pack safety performance tests, BYD in the new era also pays attention to hidden car health and safety issues, including volatile organic compounds VOC, car odor intensity VOI, and electromagnetic radiation EMR. Three indicators. As for what they do, I believe that many people have heard statements like “the pungent smell of a new car can cause cancer” and “the radiation of an electric car will lose leg hair”, and these tests exist to quantify these effects. This tells consumers the extent to which these factors affect human health. Regarding the VOC test of volatile organic compounds, according to public information, BYD started its research on volatile organic compounds in 2009 and established a complete laboratory in 2014. In addition to the conventional pentabenzene trialdehyde, it also monitors possible carcinogenicity. The detection classification has been refined to 19 items. While far exceeding the national standard, BYD also tried to simulate field tests under real usage scenarios. In addition to testing in a closed environment where various conditions such as temperature, wind direction, and irradiation angle can be controlled, the air in the car will be tested after exposure to the sun for more than 8 hours when Shenzhen is the hottest. It is understood that the cost of this one of the few domestic closed test cabins alone has reached 5 million yuan. Such a huge scale not only makes the car life lament that BYD is really too willing to pay for it. In addition to professional instrument testing, BYD has also set up a “Golden Nose” team to conduct odor detection at different positions and angles in the car. It is understood that this team only recruits people who are highly sensitive to odors. During the period of duty, the inspectors must stay away from tobacco and alcohol, and there must be no odors on their bodies. This is a group of people with special skills who continue to escort BYD’s car air health. In addition, I believe that in the early years, many people have heard the rumor that “driving an electric car will lose leg hair or hair”, which makes many people sneer at electric cars. In response to this problem, BYD invited a large number of BYD taxi drivers to confirm in early 2020, and the final conclusion is that the electromagnetic radiation of BYD electric vehicles has almost no effect on the human body. Regarding how small this “impact” is, BYD also “quantified” it through EMR electromagnetic radiation experiments. The results show that BYD Han’s electromagnetic radiation intensity during high-power operation is only about 2% of the national standard, which is equivalent to The household 40W incandescent lamp is at a level 3 meters away, and the instantaneous maximum value at full throttle is less than 8%, which is equivalent to a level within 50 cm of a 40W incandescent lamp. In the introduction by Dr. Chen Xiaohong of BYD EMC Technology Research Department and Automotive Engineering Research Institute, there is a sentence that impresses automobile life: “We are fully committed to the era of intelligence, but the things behind it must also be paid attention to.” Behind any technology. , There are countless experimental guarantees, and behind BYD Han’s successful entry into the domestic C-class luxury pure electric vehicle market, it is precisely such a countless perfect pursuit of details and quality. The so-called luxury, but so. Note: The above pictures are from the official brand