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Posted November 01, 2019 07:51:16 Tesla Motors has been rolling out new electric cars, but one feature is missing: a way to make the vehicles run on battery power.
The company announced a partnership with Panasonic and Panasonic Power to make electric cars that run on the company’s latest battery technology, the company said in a press release Tuesday.
“We believe this is the first and only way to achieve a practical and practical result,” said Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Tesla’s electric vehicles run solely on batteries that charge over time, the announcement said.
This new technology will allow the company to deliver a range of vehicles that can reach 100 miles on a single charge, Musk said.
Tesla is now in a partnership to build an electric truck that will run on Panasonic’s battery technology.
The partnership will help Tesla meet the growing demand for its electric vehicles.
Panasonic said the partnership will enable the company “to offer its electric vehicle customers a practical, practical, reliable, and cost-effective solution that enables them to safely operate their vehicles while also maximizing the environmental and energy benefits of EVs.”
The partnership comes on the heels of a partnership between Tesla and Panasonic.
For a long time, automakers have relied on batteries for their vehicles to reach a certain range.
But Tesla’s new partnership with the company means the company can deliver the range to its customers.
That’s because Tesla’s cars are built on a different battery technology than those of other automakers, and the company has been able to deliver better efficiency by using its electric cars’ own battery cells.
Tesla said the new partnership will bring the total number of EVs on the road to 5,200 by the end of 2020, and 1,800 by the start of 2021.