Toyota and BMW today cement details of their previously established research partnerships, as well as announce a new plan to collaborate on lithium-air batteries. Lithium-air batteries, with which carbon and oxygen react to create current, are of interest because of their greater energy density and would allow electric vehicles to travel farther on a full charge than EVs using lithium-ion batteries. Li-air batteries are being pursued by a number of other companies, including IBM, which ...

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