A day after Tesla Motors unveiled its latest battery pack that is designed to deliver a charge within a few minutes, its biggest rival, Panasonic, is unveiling its next product that is supposed to be more powerful.
Panasonic announced Wednesday it has designed a lithium-ion battery that can produce up to 1,000 hours of battery life, or more than 12,000 miles.
The battery packs, dubbed “titanic,” were designed with a goal of improving battery life.
Panasonic’s technology, known as Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (LiPo), is designed for both stationary and mobile use.
The technology is a combination of two technologies, LiPo-S (LiFePO4) and LiPo (LiPO3), which are similar in how they charge and discharge.
They can be charged at the same time, but they don’t need to be in close proximity to one another.
The two technology stacks, which are made by different companies, are intended to make battery technology more versatile.
The battery pack in Tesla’s new vehicles, for instance, can be placed on top of the electric motor and charged with LiPo.
The pack is also capable of being attached to a wall or other surface and charged while it’s in the vehicle.
The batteries can be connected together with solar panels.
The new lithium-Ions can be used for stationary use and mobile applications, like Tesla’s Model S. Panasonic says the battery pack is the first to incorporate a “hybrid LiPo” technology.
The company says the hybrid technology will give a significant performance boost to battery packs because they can store more energy than the traditional LiPo technology.
Tesla has been working on an updated version of its battery technology that uses hybrid technology, and Panasonic says it has an early look at the new technology.
Panasonic’s latest battery will be priced around $1,500 and should be available in Tesla vehicles starting in 2020, the company said.
It will also be the first Tesla vehicle that can be self-charging while the vehicle is in storage.
Panama says its battery pack will be available for around $500 when it’s fully operational.
Panasonic did not disclose a launch price for the new battery, but it has said the price will vary depending on the type of battery pack and other features.
The lithium-based battery packs in Tesla Model S have been on sale for more than a year, and the company says there are more than 40,000 of them on the road now.
The Tesla Model 3 sedan and the Model X crossover SUV are expected to be the last electric vehicles that will be produced using lithium-sulfur batteries.