Nissan’s electric car is set to go on sale in the US and Japan in 2010 and rest of Europe by 2012. The first plug-free car technology will make charging electric cars easier and faster. The wireless charging system is based on the concept of inductive charging, the same electromagnetic field technology used to charge an electric toothbrush. Nissan has scaled it up for use in their Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) electric car.
A recent consumer research revealed that 61% of potential electric car customers were most worried about the inconvenience of recharging: now, battery will refill to 80% of its capacity, in about 25 minutes.
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