Elon Musk’s Tesla is not just famous for its electric cars. Tesla also has a huge interest in making innovative batteries to power its vehicles. Right now, most electric cars use lithium-ion batteries like the ones used in phones and laptops. The problem is these batteries take a lot of time to charge, and they don’t last very long.
Now, there’s a solution. Graphene, a nanomaterial that has lots of potential applications, can be used to enhance batteries. With graphene, lithium batteries can charge faster, store more energy, and last much longer.
So, is Tesla working on a nanotech-enhanced graphene battery? Find out in today’s video.