LFP & prismatic battery cells at core of Tesla’s China strategy

In an interesting development for the lithium ion battery industry, Reuters publicly revealed the use of lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cathode cells in Tesla vehicles made in China.

There were a number of different reactions on the back of the commonly mistaken trend that LFP was on the way out and nickel cobalt manganese (NCM) — especially the 811 chemistry — was here to take its market share.

The reality is more nuanced, especially in China.

What Tesla’s LFP . . .

Login to continue reading!

This article is restricted to Benchmark Members


Not subscribed yet?

Interested in Benchmark Membership? Fill in the form below for more details and to receive a free copy of Benchmark Membership's Benchmark Quarterly Review Magazine.