Yes, but this part sounds too much like Nissan's battery testing procedure: " “We show that we can operate this material at high temperature for 24 hours straight over more than 30,000 cycles and it shows no degradation,” Wang says."
The bigger test is how well does it do for YEARS at higher temperatures. Dahl's presentation talked about how all the older tests were just basically "beating the clock" when it came to rapid high temperature charges/discharges.
BTW, what is gas2.org? They don't seem too happy that Elon is "fleecing the rich" with the P100D, so he can build the Model 3. Elon has never made any secret of that fact, it was in Part 1 of his public plan. I wonder if the guy also hates Ferrari, Lambo, Maclaren, etal for fleecing the rich?
A $140,000 5-passenger premium sedan that can beat a $1 million sports car 0-60? Sounds like a bargain.