Weima Motor said in the recall notice that the fire accident showed that the power battery produced abnormal lithium separation due to impurities mixed in the production process by the battery cell supplier. In extreme cases, it may lead to the short circuit of the battery, causing the thermal runaway of the power battery and the risk of fire, and there are potential safety hazards. It has actively recalled 1282 Weima Ex5 problem vehicles.
in October 28th, ZTE high energy responded to its WeChat official account. It said that in the two wma motors fire incident in Shaowu, Fujian, the vehicles involved were ZTE’s high-energy batteries. However, the battery explosion of Beijing Weima automobile on the 27th was not a high-energy battery. < / P > < p > the exposed screenshots show that “the capital chain was very tight last year, and it was hard to hold on until October this year. As a result, the last ton of straw that crushed the camel appeared and was directly flattened.”. < / P > < p > due to the fire accidents of Weima automobile, a core customer of ZTE energy, recently, many market views speculate that the “straw crushing ZTE energy” refers to the Weima fire and recall. < / P > < p > at the same time, due to the quality problem of the battery core, Weima was involved in several fire accidents, and thousands of vehicles were recalled. ZTE high energy not only has to bear certain compensation liability, but also may lose Weima, a big customer. < / P > < p > in response to the above rumors, some media called ZTE high energy, and the other party responded that “there is no such thing as site dissolution described on the Internet”, and said that “the supply will not be affected” and “many manufacturers including Zhongtai owe us money”. < / P > < p > although ZTE said its business was not affected, it is certain that the Weima fire recall has seriously damaged ZTE’s reputation in the industry, as well as the current and future orders. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”