Unless, of course, they spontaneously burst into flames destroying the car in no time (as recently happened)....but Teslas (by far the largest amount of battery powered cars out there) battery packs have a far longer lifespan.
Unless, of course, they spontaneously burst into flames destroying the car in no time (as recently happened).
You probably already know about it, but will look for the story and post link for those that don't.
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Good points, all.No need, I"ve seen it. Yeah, I want to wait a while on calling that one "spontaneous". China has not been above smearing a foreign maker to gain some advantage. There was one they did one I think BMW or Mercedes a few years back where some guy claimed his luxury car tried to kill him. Ah, look the bolded phrase below up. Pretty funny actually.
"Chinese man crashes Mercedes S350, vows to only drive Chinese-built cars"
Yup. And links to this post (not that anyone is all that interested): https://forums.somd.com/threads/why-are-trump-and-his-attorneys-so-blatantly-lying.340730/#post-5991313I before e except after c
This is a big deal. Even I can recognize that!Oh, and it notes that current battery packs are expected to go between 300 and 500K. With next gen packs good for a million miles. Motors since I think last fall are rated for a million miles already.