First million-mile EV battery now ready

Chinese battery producer CATL says its landmark electric vehicle battery packs are now good to go – all it needs now is for a carmaker to place an order.

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First million-mile EV battery now ready

Chinese battery producer CATL says its landmark electric vehicle battery packs are now good to go – all it needs now is for a carmaker to place an order.