WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. has stressed that advanced lithium-ion batteries will be key to bringing to market next-generation hybrid-electric vehicles such as the Chevrolet Volt concept. However, it is the integration of these Li-ion batteries and the fine-tuning of the systems that govern them that is at the core of the auto maker’s current focus. “(The battery) system is key,” says Scott Lindholm, vice president-systems engineering for Cobasys LLC, which, along with Johnson ...

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