Here are some frequently asked questions regarding battery upgrades. The demand for this service is high, with people from all over the world inquiring about this. I’ve even taken in vehicles from outside of Finland to do these upgrades.

Can you ship batteries to my country?

  • Unfortunately not, all batteries I get my hands on are needed locally for upgrades. Also shipping heavy 300kg+ batteries all around the world is not economically feasible. Look for batteries in your own region, check out the local scrapyards!

I want to come to you and upgrade. How soon can I get a 30/40/62kWh pack?

  • Due to limited supply, sourcing a 30/40kWh pack can take up to 3months. 62kWh packs haven’t been sourced to Finland yet. Be prepared for long wait times, especially if you need the 62kWh pack!

I am fine with a long wait, How do I start queuing for a battery upgrade?

  • A spot in the queue requires a 2k€ deposit. This deposit can be cancelled at any time if you change your mind about the upgrade. This deposit is needed since the battery packs are extremely sought after, and I need to be able to purchase them right when they hit the market.
  • I take a maximum of 5 people in queue at a time, so keep this in mind!

How long does an upgrade take?

  • A battery upgrade takes 4-8 working hours (if your vehicle is rusty it takes longer)

How do I get my car to your shop?

  • If you can’t drive it, consider paying for a transport, there are multiple transportation companies that offer shipping of vehicles.

What warranties apply to the upgrade?

  • 1 year on the work performed, and 5 year on the CAN-hardware installed (including firmware updates)

In what conditions are salvage batteries?

  • The batteries i purchases come from vehicles that have been in collisions and written off.
  • All batteries get mechanically checked for damage already at the scrapyards before getting sold.
  • State-of-health usually varies between 80-96% depending on how old battery is purchased.
  • For example a 30kWh pack from 2016 might have 80%SOH, while a 40kWh pack from 2018 might sit at 92%SOH