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Audi open to electric supercar with solid-state battery

Follow Viknesh Audi R8 e-tron Piloted Driving concept, 2015 Consumer Electronics Show Asia Enlarge Photo The Audi Sport division is working on an electric super sedan for launch in 2020, tentatively named the e-tron GT. However, this model isn’t a replacement for the R8 supercar which sits at the top of the Audi Sport lineup.

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Rimac's next electric supercar to have 120-kwh battery pack?

Teaser for Rimac supercar debuting at 2018 Geneva auto show Enlarge Photo Croatia-based Rimac is preparing to debut quite an electric machine at the 2018 Geneva motor show next month, and new information points to a whopping 120-kwh battery pack onboard.  Not only will the car, dubbed Concept_Two right now, boast the massive battery pack, but

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European Union launches battery cell alliance to compete with Asia

Battery cells are poised to become the most important component in future vehicles as the industry moves away from internal-combustion engines and toward battery-electric vehicles. With an increased demand for battery packs, battery cell production will be paramount, and the European Union plans to address its competitive disadvantage. The EU announced a battery cell alliance

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What's inside Tesla's battery pack?

Follow Jeff [embedded content] EV West has shown us the proper way to break down a Tesla Battery pack. They remove multiple modules in order to reuse them under the skin of cool projects. What if you just want to rip open a module to see what’s inside? Well, you don’t need to do it

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This is how you tear down a Tesla battery pack

Follow Jeff [embedded content] When a Tesla is in an accident, it has a battery pack that’s built to survive that crash as well as it possibly can. Those battery packs are then sent off to a recycler. They can be scrapped and used to create the components needed for new batteries, or they can

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Report: Base Lucid EV to come with 1,000 hp, 100-kwh battery

Follow Viknesh [% } %] [% }); %] ]]> Tesla [NSDQ:TSLA] has rewritten the rulebook on what’s possible for a family-sized performance sedan, with its Model S P100D currently able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in a mind boggling 2.4 seconds and pass the quarter mile in 10.6 seconds. But as more and more companies

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