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Toyota is nearing the capability to mass-produce solid-state batteries for electric vehicles (EVs) at a pace comparable to conventional batteries, with potential production starting by 2027 or 2028.

The automaker recently announced a breakthrough that could halve the cost and size of these batteries, potentially doubling the range of EVs up to 1,200 km with a 10-minute or less charging time.

Toyota’s collaboration with Idemitsu, a major Japanese oil company, is crucial in its efforts to catch up with competitors like Tesla and Ford in the EV market.

Solid-state batteries offer enhanced safety and stability over liquid electrolyte lithium-ion batteries and are seen as crucial for mass commercialization of EVs.