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FWIW Nissan LEAF 2 battery cost (target?) $90/kWh

Discussion in 'TSLA Investor Discussions' started by renim, Apr 27, 2017.

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    Sister company Renault is at $170 end user battery pack price. So even if this talking about cell costs, it still means a substantial price reduction. Wondering how they are going to get there. Is AESC still their preferred supplier? Did they actually manage to sell it?
     
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    If that is the battery cell price then a 60 kWh Nissan LEAF 2.0 should start at ~$30k before any incentives.
     
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    That's the original Model 3 target price. Sounds almost too good to be true. If they manage to dip that low they might as well send their full first year production to Norway I guess. Anyway, early 2018 there will be three long range EVs in the $30-$40k segment. Watershed moment?
     

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