Choose a new LFP battery pack in 2021, or wait for an NCA?
Two different battery types—a lithium-ion pack and the brand-new LFP (Lithium Iron Phosphate)
battery pack—are included in the 2021 Tesla Model 3. Before selecting whether to go with the LFP battery pack or wait for the NCA,
those who are thinking about purchasing the 2021 Model 3 should carefully analyse their options (Nickel Cobalt Aluminium).
The LFP battery is more powerful and lighter than the original because of its higher energy density.
In addition, it provides more safety than traditional Li-Ion batteries. However, compared to Li-Ion batteries, NCA technology has higher lifetime,
charge times, and temperature range. Buyers must eventually determine which option best suits their needs based on
how much power they require and how long they intend to retain their car.
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