Do you have a link ? I'm not doubting you, I just want to read more about it.jadnashuanh wrote:Faraday has a prototype battery that exceeds the Toyota one by a significant factor if they can figure out how to produce it economically and in volume. Claim a significant charge is possible in as little as one minute! Now, a station capable of providing it would need to be HUGE, but being able to maintain near the max without having to taper off (much) would still be quite useful with today's and those 350Kw units in the pipeline.
https://www.inverse.com/article/21719-f ... -batteriesAccording to the release, the new collaborative battery is “the world’s highest energy density for a production automotive battery,”
https://www.ff.com/us/ff-91/300+ Miles per Charge
Our lithium-ion battery cells achieve the world’s highest energy density – nearly double that of a production automotive battery. This not only represents a significant step forward in battery technology, it’s a tremendous increase in range, well in excess of 300 miles on a single charge.
The article mentions Fisker has a patent on the new battery technology. I searched the USPTO for patents and applications assigned to Fisker and didn't see a battery patent. Have you seen the patent, and if so, do you have the number ? I'm interested in "how it works" which should be somewhat disclosed in the patent.jadnashuanh wrote:Sorry, it was not Faraday, but Fisker...
https://www.greencarreports.com/news/11 ... nts-attest