Finally, Fisker has signed up the patent for the modified solid-state battery technology. However, they look up to it as a bright attempt to bring out changes to the automotive industry. Since the company is going to make a grand presence at the CES 2018 with its EMotion. However, they are in the process of dressing up the EMotion.
While preparing for the CES 2018, Fisker says that they have developed the modified solid-state battery technology. Massive three-dimensional solid-state electrodes are being constructed that incorporates in the technology. Furthermore, they stated that the three-dimensional solid-state electrodes which have a surface area more than 25 times than different solid-state electrodes. The modified solid-state battery technology holds the capacity to give 2.5 times of a usual lithium-ion battery’s energy density. Talking about the price, Fisker said that the price is expected to go down by one-third by the year 2020. As the technology is still in its beginning state so it can be expected to be on the debut by 2030. Although, it is expected that the finished all-electric car will steer up more than 800 km (500 miles).However, only one minute will be sufficient to charge the vehicle.
Thought at first Fisker plan was to go with the advanced graphene battery cells but as Nanotech Energy, the supplier to crack the deal and forced Fisker to go with the cylindrical lithium-ion NCM chemistry cells. A well-known supplier of South Korean, LG Chem was the supplier for the cylindrical NCM chemistry cells lithium-ion. Though advanced solid-state battery technology of Fisker will not hit the production line soon but a demonstration of the same can be rendered at the January’s CES 2018. We now have to wait for years until Fisker came up with their advanced solid-state battery technology that will hopefully change the automotive industry.