Why A Million-Mile Battery Means Teslas Could Last A Lifetime

A recent paper suggests that it’s possible to make the battery with a million-mile life Elon Musk needs to power a fleet of robotaxis. We break down what this battery means for the future of Tesla.

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Why A Million-Mile Battery Means Teslas Could Last A Lifetime

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