A new charging technology that is supposed to be more cost effective than lithium ion batteries has been approved by the European Commission, with a number of other countries planning to adopt it.
The European Commission is also expected to approve a similar charging system that has been used by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The European Union (EU) is one of several countries that are now testing the Tesla Model 3 battery pack.
Tesla has said that the Model 3’s battery pack can be charged with the same energy as the current battery pack of the Model S and Model X, with the capacity of a standard-sized vehicle.
But the EU, which has a population of around 1.4 billion people, is now considering a new battery pack for the Model X. Its called the Teslas lithium ion battery pack and is expected to be used by around 80,000 vehicles in the EU by 2020.
Tesla said that its new battery packs would allow for more energy density and range than its current batteries.
However, it also said that their cost of production was lower than other battery systems, such as the lithium ion-ion battery pack used in Tesla’s own vehicles.
According to the company, the new Teslas batteries would provide a 30 per cent improvement in energy density, and would provide more range.
“We’ve already proven that lithium ion charging can reduce energy consumption and improve range, which is critical for driving, transport, and business,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk said.
As the world’s largest car maker, Tesla aims to make electric vehicles as affordable as conventional petrol and diesel cars by 2025.