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Tesla is looking to use cheaper cobalt-free Chinese lithium iron phosphate batteries
A new report states that Tesla is looking to use cheaper Chinese lithium iron phosphate batteries in its vehicle lineup, which would be a big departure from Tesla’s normal battery strategy.
Early on, Tesla adopted its own version of the energy-dense NCA battery cell for its electric vehicles, which went against most of the industry who uses NMC cells.
There have been reports stating that Tesla is switching to NCM battery cells for its Chinese Model 3 vehicles built at Gigafactory Shanghai.
Read the whole news on electrek.co