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Nissan showcased its solid-state battery pilot line under construction at its Yokohama Plant in Kanagawa Prefecture through a media release on April 16, 2024. The pilot line aims to further drive battery development and innovative manufacturing technologies.

As part of Nissan’s long-term plan outlined in its 2030 vision, the company aims to introduce electric vehicles equipped with solid-state batteries by the fiscal year 2028.

Solid-state batteries are seen by countries like Japan, the United States and European countries as game-changers in the electric vehicle sector. With roughly twice the energy density of traditional lithium-ion batteries, superior charge-discharge performance, significantly shorter charging times, and lower costs due to cheaper materials, solid-state batteries are highly regarded. Nissan plans to incorporate solid-state batteries in various market segments, including pickup trucks, to make its electric vehicles more competitive.


Nissan stated that it is conducting extensive battery research, ranging from molecular-level battery material studies to electric vehicle development, and even urban development plans involving electric vehicles as energy storage batteries similar to V2G (Vehicle-to-Grid). Leveraging this experience, Nissan is intensifying its efforts with the aim of practical implementation.

However, Nissan did not provide specific details about its solid-state batteries or the pilot line.

Source: WeChat Official Account—鑫椤锂电

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