If you're like us, you've long had questions about the batteries that power Tesla vehicles. Now, we have answers in this first of two videos.
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Temperature control is an important consideration for EV batteries. Tesla and GM use active thermal management. Nissan doesn't. How about a new approach?
It seems Tesla is getting more prepared for the cold months ahead, and catering more toward cold climates. Battery pre-heating has arrived.
In order for the upcoming Tesla Semi and the all-new, second-gen Tesla Roadster to live up to claims, not to mention Megachargers, what's Tesla hiding?
Tesla has started finding other uses for its batteries, or perhaps just a way to make a quick buck. Either way, this may be a cool gift idea.
Financial Times attempted to get to the bottom of Tesla Model 3 production bottlenecks and discovered a few new concerns we hadn't been apprised of.
There's nothing quite like a tour of the Tesla factory in Fremont. Despite the automaker's small size, the enormity is moving. What about the 2nd floor?
A report by The Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) highlights Tesla's happy customers, leading role in batteries, and potential ride-sharing network.
EV sales are working to drive down lithium-ion battery cost, which in turn makes Tesla energy products more viable. It's a win for both sides of the meter.
Based on an updated study, Tesla batteries could live for three million miles. For practical purposes, however, they will exceed ICE cars by quadruple.
Reports show multiple rivals to the Tesla Gigafactory, however as Tesla's colossal battery factory continues expansion, catching up will prove challenging.
Insider information has lead to rumors that Tesla may be using a new 4416 cell in the Model 3, which could make its way into the rest of Tesla's fleet.
The Tesla Gigafactory will produce more lithium-ion batteries than any competitor, and the Tesla Model 3 will use more than all other EVs globally.
In an exclusive interview, Zero says it Has "Best Batteries", Fears Nobody, Says "No Scooters"
Jeffrey Gundlach has some advice for billionaire Elon Musk. Exit the electric vehicle business and instead focus solely on lithium-ion battery production and supply.