The Tesla Model S electric vehicle battery that was the first to be made from carbon fiber in the US was the most expensive electric car battery ever made and was able to go 200 miles on a single charge, beating a record set by the McLaren MP4-12C, according to a new study.

The study by researchers at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory analyzed the battery from the US to Canada, and found that the carbon fiber-carbon composite composite made the battery one of the fastest charging electric vehicles ever produced.

The carbon fiber made the batteries more than twice as efficient as the traditional carbon-composite battery, according the study.

The carbon fiber composite is the most lightweight carbon material used to make a battery, making it easier to assemble and lighter.

Carbon fiber has also been used to create flexible batteries that can be used for flexible displays, and it has been used for aerospace applications, including those in aircraft.

The researchers say the carbon-fiber battery was able the battery to travel about 200 miles per charge, nearly twice the speed of the current world record.

Carbon fiber is a high-strength composite made of carbon, aluminum and other materials that are both strong and flexible.

It’s generally used to build buildings, buildings and other buildings.

The material is used in a wide variety of applications, such as aerospace and automotive products.

The researchers say carbon-batteries can be made with materials like carbon fiber and carbon composites, and can also be used to produce electric vehicles.

Carbon fibers have long been used as flexible materials for batteries, with electric cars such as the Nissan Leaf, Mitsubishi EV-e, Tesla Model X and Chevrolet Volt being made with them.

In 2015, Panasonic and Toyota announced a partnership to build an electric car called the Toyota eDrive.