Fast Technology May 20 news, using BYD blade battery Tesla finally rolled off the assembly line at the Gigafactory in Berlin, Germany. Some users posted the charging power and SOC data of the new model on the forum, let's take a look.
It uses die-casting technology for the front and back of the car, and its battery capacity is lower than the long-life and performance versions, but it charges well,The peak power of the new car can be maintained in the 170kW+ range for a long time, and after the power is higher than Ningde lithium iron phosphate version, but also can do 15 minutes from 11% to 71%.
According to the charts shared by users, the Model Y, with its Ningde era lithium iron phosphate battery, performs nearly as well as BYD's battery in the initial charging period, but then the power drops rapidly and can only maintain around 110kW when charged to 50%.
In contrast, the BYD blade battery can maintain the power of 172kW or so to 50% power, while at close to 90% again and Ningde times version close, but no cross, fullCheng's performance is brighter than the Ningde era version！
As early as last August, Tesla registered the rear-drive version of the Model Y in Germany. Like the most entry-level Model 3, the battery supplier is Ningde Times, which has a capacity of 60 KWH and a range of 455 kilometers.
But in addition to the Ningde Times, according to a document obtained by the outlet, there is also a Model Y Model 055 equipped with batteries from BYD,It has a capacity of 55 KWH and a range of 440 km.
Byd's new battery is interesting because it is a "structural package" approved by the European Union. Meanwhile, overseas media also talked about why Tesla is using BYD blade batteries: Tesla has wanted from the start to install the 4680 battery pack in the German Model Y, which is integrated into the chassis and forms part of the vehicle's load-bearing structure, but production and supply have struggled.
However, BYD's CTB battery body integration technology has a similar concept to Tesla's 4680 battery as a whole, so it has attracted Tesla's attention. Because BYD's battery is slightly smaller, the weight of the car has been reduced by 66 kg to 2,087 kg, while Tesla's 60 KWH Model Y applied in the European Union has an official test weight of 2,153 kg.
The lighter weight allows for less energy consumption, and BYD's battery-powered Model YCombined energy consumption is down to 155 watt-hours per kilometer (15.5 KWH per 100 kilometers).。
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