Hello everyone, I was recently thinking about real longrange trucks with swappeble batteries and I was wondering how high the voltage of such a truck battery and swap battery should be. I think it should be significantly higher as a car battery because otherwise the cables would be too thick and the battery would struggle too much to handle the amps (high amps means bigger cables, high voltage means lower amps for the same amount of kW). But at the same time, the voltage shouldn't be too high, because when there comes a flood like currently with the hurricane in America, or if a driver accidentally drives into a lake, or a river, I guess it could make a battery extremely dangerous. My personal estimate would be around 900 volts (about 2,5 times as high as current Tesla cars), but is there anyone out there with good knowledge about things like this? Thanks beforehand for all info!