Tesla Model 3 Buyers in 2021: Should You Get the New LFP Battery Pack or Wait for the Next-Generation Autopilot?
In addition to the standard lithium-ion battery pack, the 2021 Tesla Model 3 also features the brand-new LFP (Lithium Iron Phosphate) battery pack.
Consumers thinking about purchasing a 2021 Model 3 should give serious thought to whether
they want the LFP battery pack or to wait for the NCA (Nickel Cobalt Aluminium).
The LFP battery is stronger and more lightweight than its predecessor because of its increased energy density.
The improved safety over regular Li-Ion batteries is another benefit.
However, NCA technology outperforms Li-Ion batteries in terms of cycle life, charging time, and operating temperature.
Buyers should consider their individual power requirements and car ownership duration when deciding which choice is best for them.
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