Expion360 Selected as Exclusive Supplier of Lithium-Ion Batteries for Major Brand Overland Trailer Available Through SUV Dealerships Nationwide
REDMOND, OR / ACCESSWIRE / December 22, 2022 / Expion360, Inc. (NASDAQ:XPON), an industry leader in lithium ion battery power storage solutions, has been selected as the exclusive supplier of high-energy lithium ion batteries for an overland trailer to be branded and sold by a top U.S. sports utility vehicle manufacturer.
Inspired by military ruggedized surveillance trailers and developed by leaders in advanced vehicle engineering, the award-winning overland trailer sets a new benchmark for off-road performance, comfort and clean power capability.
Expion360 state-of-the-art Li-ion batteries have been integrated as a key element of the trailer’s onboard solar-powered storage system. Power systems equipped with Expion360 lithium batteries will be included as standard equipment on the top models.
Expion360 plans to begin shipping lithium batteries to the trailer manufacturer in the first quarter of 2023. Expion360 looks forward to a long and prosperous relationship with this manufacturer.
The overland trailer is expected to be available for purchase through more than 5,000 SUV dealers across North America starting early next year.
“Overland enthusiasts are always looking for ways to go further and do more in the Great Outdoors, and they can now do it with the most rugged and reliable onboard power system available today powered by Expion360,” stated company CEO, John Yozamp. “Our Expion360 batteries will enable overland trailer owners to truly Power the Pursuit™ of their adventures.”
Expion360 lithium batteries offer greater capacity and space savings compared to lead-acid batteries, as well as superior design, construction and reliability versus alternative Li-ion batteries. Since Expion360 batteries utilize lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4), they can have a lifespan of 12 years or three to four times the life of most lead-acid batteries.
“Among all the alternative battery suppliers the trailer manufacturer considered, we believe they found Expion360[GU1] to be the best at designing and building batteries that can withstand the toughest outdoor environments, yet in the most energy-dense, compact form factor,” said Yozamp.
Despite being half the weight, Expion360 lithium batteries can provide three times the power and 10 times the number of charging cycles compared to standard lead-acid batteries. Expion360 batteries feature specially reinforced, fiberglass-infused, premium ABS and solid mechanical connections that provide top performance and safety. With Expion360 batteries, adventurers can enjoy the most beautiful and remote places on Earth even longer.
“This major exclusive supply agreement with a leading overland trailer manufacturer represents a strong validation of our batteries’ superior design and value, as well as the exceptional engineering support we provide our OEM partners,” added Yozamp. “Being part of the North American rollout of an award-winning overland trailer under an esteemed SUV brand also elevates awareness of our brand to consumers. This is truly a milestone moment for Expion360.”
Expion360 Li-ion batteries are available today through more than 213 [GU2]dealers, wholesalers, private-label customers, and OEMs across the country. To find your local Expion360 dealer or purchase Expion360 batteries and accessories online, go to expion360.com.
Expion360 is an industry leader of premium lithium batteries and accessories for recreational vehicles and the marine industry, with planned expansion into residential and industrial applications. The company sources, assembles and white-labels components and finished products.
Founded in 2016 by CEO John Yozamp, Expion360 designs and engineers its batteries out of its headquarters in Redmond, Oregon. To learn more about the company, visit expion360.com.
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