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Tesla files new patent for fluid-based in-car cooling system

A new patent application filed earlier this year by Tesla, hints at a fluid-based heating and cooling technology that will use warm or cool fluid through a layer within the seats.

Tesla is reportedly working on a new technology for in-car cooling or heating which would function better than conventional systems.

A new patent application filed earlier this year, hints at a fluid-based heating and cooling system that will use warm or cool fluid through a layer within the seats using a pump for efficient temperature control, Mashable reports.

The application describes the technology as a temperature control system providing low cost, low noise, power-efficient, and effective method for cooling or heating of the seat. It may potentially be incorporated in a seat of any size or shape.

Electric vehicles can be better, quicker and more fun

Tesla was founded in 2003 by a group of engineers who wanted to prove that people didn’t need to compromise to drive electric – that electric vehicles can be better, quicker and more fun to drive than gasoline cars.

Today, Tesla builds not only all-electric vehicles but also infinitely scalable clean energy generation and storage products.

Tesla believes the faster the world stops relying on fossil fuels and moves towards a zero-emission future, the better.

Launched in 2008, the Roadster unveiled Tesla’s cutting-edge battery technology and electric powertrain. From there, Tesla designed the world’s first ever premium all-electric sedan from the ground up, Model S, which has become the best car in its class in every category.

Combining safety, performance, and efficiency, Model S has reset the world’s expectations for the car of the 21st century with the longest range of any electric vehicle.

Tesla expanded its product line withModelX, the safest, quickest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history that holds 5-star safety ratings across every category from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Plans of Tesla & CEO Elon Musk

Completing CEO Elon Musk’s ‘Secret Master Plan,’ in 2016, Tesla introducedModel3, a low-priced, high-volume electric vehicle that began production in 2017.

Soon after, Tesla unveiled the safest, most comfortable truck ever -Tesla Semi- which is designed to save owners at least $200,000 over a million miles based on fuel costs alone.

All Tesla vehicles are produced at itsfactoryin Fremont, California, where the vast majority of the vehicle’s components are also made.

To achieve its goal of having the safest factories in the world, Tesla is taking a proactive approach to safety, requiring production employees to participate in a multi-day training program before ever setting foot on the factory floor.

From there, Tesla continues to provide on-the-job training and track performance daily so that improvements can be made quickly. The result is that Tesla’s safety rate continues to improve while Model 3 production ramps.

To create an entire sustainable energy ecosystem, Tesla also manufactures a unique set of energy solutions,Powerwall,PowerpackandSolar Roof, enabling homeowners, businesses, and utilities to manage renewable energy generation, storage, and consumption.

Supporting Tesla’s automotive and energy products isGigafactory 1- a facility designed to significantly reduce battery cell costs.

By bringing cell production in-house, Tesla manufactures batteries at the volumes required to meet production goals, while creating thousands of jobs.

And this is just the beginning. With Tesla building its most affordable car yet, Tesla continues to make products accessible and affordable to more and more people, ultimately accelerating the advent of clean transport and clean energy production.

Electric cars, batteries, and renewable energy generation and storage already exist independently, but when combined, they become even more powerful, that’s the future we want.

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