Nissan’s Electrifying Vision: All-Solid-State Battery-Powered GT-R Expected by 2028
The Iconic GT-R Awaits a Transformation with Game-Changing Battery Tech
Nissan, the Japanese automotive giant, is poised to revolutionize the world of electric vehicles with an ambitious plan to introduce an electric GT-R featuring All-Solid-State Batteries (ASSBs) by the year 2028. These state-of-the-art batteries, developed in-house, are creating quite a buzz in the automotive industry as they promise to be a “game-changing technology.” Their standout feature is doubling the energy density compared to the liquid lithium-ion batteries we use today. This advancement could also lead to a remarkable reduction in charging times, potentially cutting them down to just a third of what we experience with conventional batteries. Notably, Nissan’s plan is not limited to ordinary cars; they intend to employ ASSBs in high-performance vehicles as well.