Nissan bringing its first electric car with a solid state battery

Automaker Nissan unveiled a prototype of its electric vehicle in Yokohama, Japan on Friday. The company said in a statement that it plans to launch the Yokohama plant as a pilot project by 2024 and to launch its electric vehicle with a solid-state battery in the market by 2028.

Solid-state batteries charge faster and have the capacity to hold more power. Also lasts longer than lithium-ion batteries, which are currently being used in many electric vehicles. Nissan has said it will use the battery in its lineup of vehicles, including its pickup trucks. At the same time, the company claims that the price of the battery will be lower.

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