Case study: Why Audi's 300 mile (500 km) range EV will be a winner for LG Chem and Samsung SDI

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Audi, a leading luxury car maker under the umbrella of the Volkswagen (VW) Group, has confirmed an upcoming all-electric vehicle (EV) with extremely long range. Its suppliers will be South Korean battery cell makers LG Chem and Samsung SDI, two major developers that are bitterly f...

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