Is Tesla’s application of LFP cathode technology indicative of price over performance?

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

Although LFP is not the most preferred battery chemistry among automakers in the light vehicle sector, the recent announcement by Tesla to use it in the Model 3 in Mainland China has raised the question whether there are more possibilities for LFP in the light vehicle segment than previously thought

A recent development has got the automotive industry talking about a battery chemistry which, over the last half-a-decade, has been steadily losing market share in the electric vehicle (EV) segment—lithium iron phosphate (LFP).

Thank you for visiting S&P Global AutoTechInsight.

*A subscription to News & Analysis includes four S&P Global-selected sector-specific analytical pieces per month. Access to all analytic pieces across all domains comes with a subscription to All Domains. Please click here to subscribe.

To get access to the AutoTechInsight full suite of services, please contact a sales representative by clicking here.

Already a subscriber? Please log in here

preload preload preload preload preload preload