Toyota announces about its new electric car battery

The Japanese automotive company are playing catch up after criticism they haven't done enough to fight the climate crisis.

Toyota has announced its plans to make an all solid-state battery as part of its ambitious plans for battery electric vehicles. 

The announcement comes amid mounting criticism that Japan’s top automaker needs to do more to fight climate change.

Toyota Motor Corp. said it's aiming for a commercial solid-state battery as soon as 2027. 

Toyota President Koji Sato has said the company must play catchup after falling behind in the EV sector. 

The company plans to deliver 1.5 million EVs in 2026 by expanding its battery EV lineup and developing technology.

“With the evolution of the vehicle’s operating system, the next-generation battery EV will also enable customization of the ‘driving feel,’ with a focus on acceleration, turning and stopping,” it said in a statement.

They add that charging time, one of the main drawbacks of electric vehicles, will be shortened to 10 minutes or less with the new battery.

EV owners usually have charging stations in their homes and keep their cars plugged in overnight to recharge. That’s one of the main reasons Toyota has long insisted that hybrids are a better solution. A hybrid recharges as the car runs, but it also has a gasoline engine in addition to an electric motor.



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