Toyota is thinking of showing its battery capacities. It has planned to come up with a car that runs on solid-state fuel. This has been revealed by the Shigeki Terashi ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show. It is going to come during the 2020 Olympics.
Though he took care to add that mass production is only possible after a decade or half. The battery pack can be used to give a better range in smaller and cheaper packages. It also facilitates a fast charging for the battery. He also added that when the mass production begins with the new technology, it will be rolled out for all the Ev’s new line up on due.
Terashi also added and pressed on the high lights of how Toyota acquired the battery through the hybrid leadership between Toyota Prius and the general. The one-off prototype car is what we expect the Toyota to be, and will come in the opening ceremony of the event or the closing one. Twelve semi-autonomous vehicles will run during the game using lithium-ion batteries. These are just a peek of the new technologies added to the upgrading system. You can lookout for a few more on the system.
This puts Toyota to the front of the timeline. Volkswagen has been on the same terms in a similar schedule. BMW is also in partnership with Toyota. It has made its point clear that it doesn’t expect to sell electrified vehicles up to 2030 with reliable state batteries.
The base of the upcoming is going to be on the Toyota e Palette, which seems to be an autonomous platform and has showcased its self-driving skills and technology with the features of its partnership. We also expect an e-palette in the year-end at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Takashi confirmed the sales of first electric vehicles on a dedicated EV platform with three cars, one being the Lexus and others are the Proace and Proace city vans. These are also expected to be within a budget and suitable for the general users with designs according to the pipeline news coming through the other end.