Tesla Model 3 Battery Upgrade Will Feature New Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries
[CNMO News] On June 29, news that the Tesla Model 3 battery will be upgraded to a 66-degree lithium iron manganese phosphate battery.
From a number of sources familiar with the matter, Tesla's domestic Model 3 facelift will continue to upgrade the battery pack, especially the base model rear-wheel drive version of the power will be upgraded from 60kWh (degrees) to 66kWh, using the new M3P lifepo4 battery from Ningde Times(CATL).
In addition, the source revealed that the 66kWh battery pack will not only be available for the facelifted Model 3 but will also be a platform solution that can also be used for the Model Y facelift thereafter.
The design of the Tesla Model 3 combines advanced technology, premium materials, and spaciousness. Users can realize all vehicle controls through the 15-inch central touchscreen and steering wheel, create a brighter and more open experience for passengers through the panoramic glass roof, and get new features and improved performance through OTA over-the-air upgrades, which makes for a unique driving experience. As a pure electric car, Tesla Model 3 has a range of up to 675 kilometers, and the fastest acceleration time of 100 kilometers is only 3.3 seconds.
It is worth mentioning that in April this year, Tesla released its first quarter 2023 financial report. The data show that Tesla delivered a total of more than 422,000 electric vehicles worldwide in the first quarter, up 36% year-on-year; total revenue of about $23.33 billion, up 24% year-on-year; and net profit of about $2.513 billion. It should be noted that, due to Tesla in the reporting period in the world's major markets taking turns to significantly reduce prices, resulting in although revenue increased by more than 20% year-on-year, its earnings fell by more than 20% year-on-year, core automotive business gross margin fell to 21.1%.
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