The driving range of electric vehicles has long been a topic of discussion

Even if the range of battery technology is getting better, range anxiety still plays a significant role in what EVs

Nevertheless, according to Motor Trend, One Next Energy (ONE) is working to put an end to it. 

One Next Energy replaced the standard lithium batteries in a Tesla Model S P100 with their very own experimental 

The Model S is said to have a 700-mile range with this improved battery chemistry, according to ONE. 

 If it were to become commercially accessible, it would be genuinely game-changing since it wouldn't

The battery pack within the Tesla is Gemini, and the production version of the battery utilize 

 Within this, the primary traction cells are LFP, and then joined together with anode-free battery

 The anode free term references the active material placed onto the battery’s current collector

 it is manufactured. Typically, this is made from either graphite or silicon

ONE don’t do this and the anode instead is created during the formation of the battery. 

This creates a 185-kWh battery pack, and an efficiency of 450 watt-hour per L, the volumetric energy density 

ONE say this allows a vehicle of Tesla Model S size to have incredible range of at least 600+ miles

This is achieved with 20 percent less lithium, 60 percent less graphite, 75 percent less nickel and no cobalt whatsoever