Lashing out the Action, Returning the Reaction: New Batteries Could Give E-Cars Needed Juice

What's the biggest problem with electric cars? Sure, some would say it's that they're too quiet, making them a danger to pedestrians, but that's been solved by a simple technology called Baseball Cards in the Spokes (or something like that). The real biggest problem is battery technology. But one company is testing a new formulation of lithium-ion batteries, using nanotechnology, which may offer e-cars a longer range and charging times acceptable to those who don't have all day to spare. Could they be the answer to the electric-car conundrum?

The Lithium-Ion Car [Technology Review]

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