Reports: Panasonic to start supplying next-gen batteries for Tesla from 2023

Cecilia Keating
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Deal will reportedly see Panasonic spend $700m on production plants and enable US automaker to sell electric vehicles with longer range

Panasonic is reportedly gearing up to mass produce a new type of lithium-ion battery for Tesla that could prove cheaper than existing powerpacks while being five times more powerful. A report published...

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