Mullen (MULN) Begins Testing Solid-State Polymer Battery Pack for Class 1 EV Cargo Van

Mullen Automotive Inc.  an emerging electric vehicle (“EV”) manufacturer, today announces the successful completion of solid-state polymer cell to pack integration for the Mullen ONE Class 1 EV cargo vans. Having completed the pack development, the solid-state BMS and pack level testing is set to kick off on Dec. 28, 2023. This progress allows the Company to remain on schedule to begin on-vehicle road testing of the solid-state polymer packs in the Class 1 EV cargo van in Q1 2024.

“We continue to make significant progress in fulfilling our commitment to providing the next-generation of battery technology to our lineup of EV vehicles, providing a clean and safe alternative to current lithium-ion batteries,” said David Michery, CEO and chairman of Mullen Automotive.

Solid-state polymer cells allow for increased safety and efficiency without sacrificing payload. The Mullen ONE with solid-state polymer battery pack highlights include:

  • 190-mile estimated range
  • 72-kilowatt solid-state polymer battery pack
  • 4,881 lbs. GVWR
  • 1,603 lbs. max payload
  • 157-cubic-feet cargo volume
  • 20-foot turning radius

About Mullen
Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ: MULN) is a Southern California-based automotive company building the next generation of electric vehicles (“EVs”) that will be manufactured in its two United States-based assembly plants. Mullen’s EV development portfolio includes the Mullen FIVE EV Crossover, Mullen-GO Commercial Urban Delivery EV, Mullen Commercial Class 1-3 EVs and Bollinger Motors, which features both the B1 and B2 electric SUV trucks and Class 4-6 commercial offerings. On Sept. 7, 2022, Bollinger Motors became a majority-owned EV truck company of Mullen Automotive, and on Dec. 1, 2022, Mullen closed on the acquisition of Electric Last Mile Solutions’ (“ELMS”) assets, including all IP and a 650,000-square-foot plant in Mishawaka, Indiana.