Der Markt in der E-Mobilität wird über Batteriepreise und Infrastruktur aufgerollt.
Da hat Tesla eindeutig mit Kosten um die $ 111 je KWh für die 2170 Batterie von Panasonic die Nase vorn. LG li3gt da mit $ 148 auf dem 2. Platz.
The Gigafactory 1 cost reductions with the new 2170 battery cells were supposed to enable the $35,000 base price of the Model 3.
It has yet to happen, but it has nonetheless resulted in a significant drop in cost, which is now the leading battery cost, according to a new report from UBS.
They claim to have put a team of engineers together to calculate the cost of battery cells from each of the top manufacturers. They say that the batteries manufactured by Panasonic at Tesla’s Gigafactory 1 are 20 percent more cost efficient than the second best, which are from LG Chem (via Financial Times):
According to the report, Tesla’s battery cell cost is at $111 per kWh and LG Chem is at $148 per kWh.
Tesla recently said that it aims to be at $100 per kWh by the end of the year. The new cost level would enable the production of the standard Model 3 battery pack next year.
Furthermore, Tesla’s President of Automotive, Jerome Guillen, recently said that the company is working on new and improved battery cell design.
Quelle: Electrec.co 30.11.2018, 22:00
– Nov. 20th 2018 11:26 am ET