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The new stainless steel cooling unit in the Panasonic Panasonic is a welcome addition to the Panasonic line of electric vehicles.
While the original Panasonic ZC3S cooler was an electric, the new unit is an electric with an induction motor.
The Panasonic ZF-X70 was an aluminum radiator and this is the same cooling unit, which is also called a stainless stainless steel radiator, that Panasonic was working on with Panasonic, so it makes sense that Panasonic would have its own cooling unit.
The Panasonic ZX-7, which Panasonic launched last year, has an induction cooling unit and we’ll talk more about that in a second.
The new Panasonic Z-series EV cooler uses an induction-electric motor.
(Panasonic)The Panasonic Panasonic ZA-7 is an induction electric radiator with an LED light.
The unit is powered by a 1,500W AC battery, which makes it the first induction-powered EV cooler on the market.
The Z-Series EV cooler has an LED tail light and LED headlamp.
(Image source: Panasonic)Panasonic is still using an aluminum casing for its Z-EV cooling unit as a result of the introduction of the ZF, but it also has an aluminum cooling unit for the Z-5, which uses the same induction-injection motor as the ZA, and an aluminum cooler for the JZ, which was also announced in May.
The price tag for Panasonic’s new induction-based EV cooler is $7,699.
That’s $1,700 more than the original ZC, but the price of the induction-EV cooler is actually $1.749 less than the price for the regular ZC.
Panasonic announced the induction EV cooler at CES this year.
Panasonic is already working on an induction EV cooling unit that uses an electric motor, but I expect Panasonic will announce an induction heating unit as well.
The new Panasonic induction EV Cooler is an interesting idea that could make an interesting electric vehicle cooler.
It is also worth noting that Panasonic is now working on a larger, induction-driven unit for its new electric cars.