For Longer-Range EVs, Silicon Carbide Makes a Difference

The global auto industry is investing billions of dollars in chips made of silicon carbide, a more robust cousin of Silicon Valley’s namesake element that companies believe can help them build high-performance electric vehicles.

Silicon carbide, or SiC, is silicon married to carbon, the material in a diamond. Using it in chips that control power—as Tesla Inc. has done for several years—means less energy gets lost, which in turn leads to a more powerful motor that can drive farther on a single charge.

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