This morning we reported that Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) said it is ready to manufacture an electric car battery capable of powering a vehicle for 1.2 million miles across the course of a 16-year lifespan.
CATL hasn't yet revealed who it intends to supply, but it was previously reported that the battery was co-developed with Tesla.
CATL chairman Zeng Yuqun revealed its one-million-mile EV battery to Bloomberg. But will Tesla let this big news be pre-announced just like this?
One of Torque News subscribers, named "House Essentials," write an interesting comment saying "CATL wants to make the one-million-mile battery and it said that they are 'ready' to make. Tesla is not going to let CATL pre-announce the 1M battery like this. Tesla will not let CATL makes the 1M battery and steal the technology. CATL only makes an inexpensive battery."
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