General Motors also removed a 1.6 million-kilometer battery


A few days after Tesla announced that it had successfully completed the development of a battery pack for electric vehicles with a resource of 1 million miles (1.6 million km), General Motors also boasted a similar technology. According to the executive vice president of the Detroit concern Doug Parks, his engineers are almost ready with a battery with 5-6 times longer life than the ones used now, Reuters reports.

GM introduced its new generation of Ultium electric car batteries only in March, but is apparently working hard on their successor. However, the American concern leaves enough time tolerance with the specification that the tests of the new battery with a resource of 1.6 km may take several years.

Almost no technical details are known about GM’s revolutionary batteries. It is only known that, like Tesla’s super battery, they do not contain cobalt, and their price will be comparable to that of an internal combustion engine, which would lead to a significant reduction in the cost of electric vehicles.

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