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GM licenses technology that could also make the batteries much cheaper.
As Nissan and GM prepare to ship flagship electric vehicles, Toyota is taking another road.
The next few years will show whether the batteries in electric cars from GM and Nissan are safe and reliable.
Companies hope to turn aging trucks, vans, and taxis into more efficient hybrids.
Just as the company makes engines, it will now make battery packs for electric cars.
The new Mini borrows a drive system from a high-performance electric sports car.
GM and Nissan hope to reduce costs by reusing depleted batteries.