Order of magnet-tude

AN astute electric vehicle-watcher ticking off each part of the car and asking herself, ‘what comes next?’ would understandably stop on rare earth elements.

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The not-so-rare metals are needed for the powerful permanent magnets in motors and batteries, with up to 5kg of neodymium and praseodymium (NdPr) batteries in each car.

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