Ford and Samsung are researching the possibility of a dual-battery system
In the future, an ultralight li-ion battery may replace the lead-acid battery in cars, offering weight savings and increased functionality
Lithium-ion batteries are an industry standard for plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles, and Ford is convinced that they will be useful in cars without electric drive motors, too. The automaker is working with Samsung to research a dual-battery system that increases gas vehicle fuel economy.
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