The North American manufacturer Tesla, has based its leadership in the electric car sector worldwide, thanks to a development ‘at home’ of an entire ecosystem that goes from batteries, through the power plant, software, to even reaching their car seats (manufactured in their own plant).
Thanks to the Tesla ecosystem, its cars have been characterized by their good autonomy, something essential for a company that has been self-accountable to be the engine of change towards the new zero emissions mobility.
Taking into account the price / performance ratio, cars with the “T” on the hood occupy the leading group among zero-emission cars, which have greater autonomy between load and load.
Efficiency as a key weapon
The range of autonomy and the availability of the largest fast charging network in the world, provide a unique product whose key point is the overall efficiency of the car as a whole. This aspect has been the driving force behind Tesla’s philosophy when developing an electric car.
Precisely this race for maximum efficiency, which is now also the heart of the development of Lucid Motors, gives Tesla and Lucid an important competitive advantage over the rest of traditional manufacturers, specialized in internal combustion engines, which are now racing to recover the wasted time, in terms of engineering and development of zero-emission electric mobility.
In favor of LFP batteries
The commitment to the efficiency of motors, electronics and batteries is allowing Tesla to turn towards lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries, without excessively compromising the performance that characterizes its products.
The latest move by the US manufacturer is to convert its stationary battery division to a chemical LFP, battery cells that have secured a supply of 45 GWh.
The strong demand for batteries generated by the increased production of all its divisions: energy, electric cars, electric trucks and zero-emission pick-ups (Model S, Model X, Model 3, Model Y, Tesla Semi and Cybertruck) also have much to do with this decision.