Toyota Set to Launch its Solid State Battery in 2021

Toyota is all set to launch its “game-changing” solid-state battery in 2021. According to Nikkei Asia, the Japanese automaker plans to be the first to sell solid-state battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs) this decade. Toyota will be unveiling a prototype in 2021 & promises that the new battery will “be a game-changer not just for electric vehicles, but for the entire industry.”

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Solid-state batteries are expected to become a viable alternative to the usual lithium-ion units that are found in most electric vehicles today. These new power packs offer greater energy density as well as lower risks of fire.

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According to Toyota, its newly developed batteries can also enable a maximum EV range of 500km in a full single charge and a zero to 100% charging time of just 10 minutes, “all with minimal safety concerns.” Toyota says with these new batteries, its EVs will boast a maximum range that’s double of what it would have been able to achieve with a traditional lithium-ion battery—and this is achieved without legroom being compromised to accommodate a larger battery pack.

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Toyota isn’t the only automaker that’s betting on the solid-state batteries. Volkswagen is expected to begin battery production by 2025 whereas Nissan is also planning to build a non-simulation vehicle by 2028.

10 thoughts on “Toyota Set to Launch its Solid State Battery in 2021”

    1. They are doing this especially for United Europe market. Like you could read in some previous articles, the Head of toyota isn’t happy about this EV policy.

        1. Your right, and the right question is at which price ?
          I just found another documentary talking about the hidden face of green energies.
          Of course i’am gonna watch it.

          1. Here is the link but it’s in french, french subtitle are available, you could try to translate it, it’s with french subtitles, they are also english interview and overall you can at least watch the disaster in video without understanding the language, it’s worth it, there are some interview in english you could pick up some things.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpUmfZb4XBI

            I’am sorry for the langage like i said here and in pakwheel i was born in Europe. of course i want to leave since it’s no more suitable for muslims.

            Anyway you couldfind a lot of interesting stuffs about the thruth on gloal warming scam here is an english link :

            https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2420783/Worlds-climate-scientists-confess-Global-warming-just-QUARTER-thought–computers-got-effects-greenhouse-gases-wrong.html

            Tell me what do you think.

          2. Jazak Allah for sharing the link and please don’t be sorry about where you were born, as it is not my concern, as a matter of I do not even have permit to judge you on your apparent attire. It is Allah’s job, I must rather be worried about what is going to be happening to me. Moreover, your closeness to Islamic teachings is an eyeopener to Muslims living in Pakistan, and who should be aware about ahadees shareef. Ahadees are very clear that weather shall change gradually before world’s final fall on the day qayamat is going to be initiated through soor. This documentary is supporting the ahadees.
            P.S.
            Jazak Allah to you as well Bhai Usman, you are letting us acquire information and then share it among ourselves.

          3. Barak Allah for such a great dua, I needed it.
            Oh, sorry for misunderstanding you and Jazak Allah once again

          4. Wa fil baraka, and we must say جَزَاكَ ٱللَّٰهُ خَيْرًا‎ = jazāka -llāhu khayran, khayran mean goodness, our mufti teach us Jazak Allah only mean may Allah reward you, nothing more…
            It’s important to add khayran it’s make the dua complete.
            And we could respond amin
            Also our teacher an islamic professor tech us it’s the way for a muslim to thank others muslim, family member.

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