Is there a lot of lead in electric cars?

I want to know more about the raw materials used to make EVs. Is there a lot of lead in electric cars?

Chanice Boyd · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Electric cars are made with a lot of cool technology and raw materials. Lead is one of them, but it is unclear how much is used.
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are beginning to gain momentum, their manufacturing process is still very new and unrefined. Along with many other raw materials like nickel and cobalt, lead plays a pivotal role in the electric car industry.
Leads’ ability to provide high current surges makes it a reliable and affordable power source for electric cars. Smart-lead batteries help to manage engine control units and your Evs’ in-car infotainment system.
Electric cars are breaking the mold of the auto industry. Along with technical and functional changes, EVs require other adjustments.
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