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CREE 58.14-2.0%Jul 19 4:00 PM EDT

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From: slacker7114/25/2019 8:42:25 AM
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Tesla is upgrading the S and X models by using SiC to make the models more efficient.

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According to the company, the Model S and Model X Long Range’s will receive Tesla’s “latest generation of drive unit technology,” which ups the battery pack’s efficiency by a little more than 10-percent. To do this, Tesla’s engineering team optimized the “permanent magnet synchronous reluctance motor, silicon carbide power electronics, and improved lubrication, cooling, bearings, and gear designs.” This allowed Tesla to achieve a battery pack efficiency of 93-percent.

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