TechCrunch article Tesla announced last week that it has developed an engine coolant coolant that it plans to test in its upcoming Model 3 electric car.
The coolant is a “genetic engine coolants,” or GEOCOMs, designed to help cool electric vehicles.
GEOCOSES work by injecting water into the air around a metal surface, causing it to cool and increase the flow of air around it.
The cooler air is then cooled by a “cooling zone,” which the company has dubbed a “turbine.”
GEOCOES also inject hydrogen and oxygen into the water, causing the air to evaporate and the coolant to expand.
The cooling zone can then be reused to cool other parts of the engine.
The company’s goal is to have GEOCOs on Model 3s within two years.
The coolant can be used to cool the engine’s fuel, which is cooled by the cooling zone, and coolant flow, which increases the flow rate of air.
It can also increase the fuel flow rate, which can increase the power of the Model 3’s electric motors.
The goal is for GEOCMs to be used on future vehicles as well, but it is unclear how far along that timeline is.
Tesla is also using GEOCOGMs to develop its “superconducting” supercapacitors, which it hopes will help it develop more efficient batteries.
Those batteries, however, are also going to need more GEOCs to work.