Toyota present electric car with solid battery next year

Toyota present electric car with solid battery next year


Toyota next year will show a prototype electric vehicle with a solid-state chemical current source. Commercial production of such batteries will not begin before the middle of the next decade and set them to be on all the battery cars that will appear by the time.

The premiere of the new technology will be held during the 2020 Olympics, writes Autocar. According to preliminary information, the solid-state battery will be equipped with unmanned platform-the e-Palette, which Toyota is going to sell his business partners in the future. Experimental car to be built in a single copy, and production machines such batteries will appear not earlier than in five years.

Chemical current source with solid-state electrolyte will achieve a significant increase in density of energy storage and speed of charging. Details about the technology, but in 2016 a group of employees Toyota has published a scientific paper that described an experiment with zverinyi sulphide conductors.

If commercial samples of batteries based on these studies, the Japanese companies will get a hybrid of the traditional battery and supercapacitor that can fully charge in just five to seven minutes.


The development of new types of batteries is a priority not only for car manufacturers and research laboratories around the world. Recently the staff of the Chicago campus of the University of Illinois have created the first working prototype of the lithium-dioxide battery carbon with a density of energy storage is seven times more than lithium-ion.

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Honda together with the laboratory of NASA could get to work the fluoride-ion battery. In addition, a small British firm said that in a year will produce electric cars with aluminum-air batteries.

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