Is This the Computing Giant EV's New Power Plant?

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Dear Loyal Reader,

It has a code name within the walls of Apple’s Cupertino headquarters — “Project Titan.”

Supposedly one of Steve Jobs’ final projects … a new electric vehicle (EV) that would do for the automotive world what the iPhone did for personal devices.

Apple execs won’t acknowledge it in the press.

But they’re hiring away designers and engineers from companies like Tesla and Lamborghini.

And at the heart of Apple’s game-changing new EV, Charles Mizrahi believes you won’t find a traditional EV battery.

Instead, THIS is the power plant you’ll see:

Click here if you are unable to see the image.

That’s all.

No need for a trunk-sized battery that costs $20,000 to make and takes hours to recharge.

Instead, the next generation of EVs, including Project Titan, will get their power from a battery the size of your iPhone.

It recharges in just 15 minutes, and could soon have a range of up to 1,000 miles per charge.

Click HERE for the full story on this breakthrough battery technology.


Adam O’Dell
Chief Investment Strategist, Stock Power Daily


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