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What Happens After a ‘Million-Mile Battery’ Outlasts the Car?

October 11, 2020

From the Wired Magazine website

Electric vehicles (EVs) have a clear environmental advantage over their gas-guzzling counterparts, but when it comes to longevity, the two are in a dead heat. For a car built today, 200,000 miles is considered a good, long run, regardless of whether it’s powered by a lithium battery or an internal combustion engine. But if a flurry of recent reports are to be believed, EVs may soon surge ahead in this long-distance competition—not by mere thousands of miles, but by 800,000.

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