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Nissan aims for EVs with 'game-changing' solid-state batteries in 2028

Automaker unveils prototype factory, teaming with NASA on fast-charging models

Nissan is testing production of all-solid-state batteries at its Oppama Research Center near Tokyo.  (Photo courtesy of Nissan Motor)

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor in an online event Friday revealed its prototype factory for all-solid-state batteries, which the automaker says could revolutionize electric vehicles by charging three times faster and offering twice the range as earlier models.

The Japanese automaker said it is working with NASA and other partners to commercialize the next-generation cells.

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