Elon Musk: Tesla hints at introducing affordable Electric cars in 'next three years'

Elon Musk, owner of the American technology company Tesla, has announced the new technology, saying that with its help, the company will be able to make cheaper and more powerful batteries.

Speaking at an event called "Battery Day" by Elon Musk, he said it would be possible to build a fully automatic Tesla car worth پچ 25,000 over the next three years.

"It has always been our dream to build a cheap electric car," he said.

But the news did not impress investors, and in recent days 50 50 billion has gone out of Tesla's stock market value.

The main purpose of the event was to introduce the large cylindrical cells inserted by the technology company in its batteries.

It is claimed that these new batteries will provide five times more energy, six times more power to the vehicles and will increase the driving distance by 16%.

However, the company says the project will take a few years to complete.

Under the US company Tesla's plan, the batteries should be installed inside the car so that they are part of its structure so that it can get rid of the extra weight of the batteries.

Elon Musk made the remarks in front of the company's 240 shareholders at the Tesla Model 3 car plant.

A key component of the innovation of affordable Tesla vehicles is that the company develops batteries that significantly increase their working capacity.

Professor Stan Le Whittingham, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry last year for his work on these lithium batteries, told the BBC: There are too many.

"Many of us have suggested such necessary measures, but Tesla has the capital and the intention to make it possible," he said. I can't say for sure what other company intends to do. "

Elon Musk also announced that in addition to buying batteries from Panasonic and LG, Tesla will also start making its own batteries.

In April last year, Musk revealed that his electric car Model 3 had some problems with the use of Panasonic batteries. One technology expert said it would be "difficult" for the company to innovate.

"Based on the experience of experienced carmakers, we've seen that in the first few years of car manufacturing, The cost of preparation is very high"

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