Which battery technology will benefit from Ford–Toyota collaboration?

Recently, Toyota and Ford signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to potentially co-develop hybrid powertrains and telematics aimed at light trucks and SUVs. Currently, Toyota and Ford use front-wheel drive technology for their hybrid trucks. Over the next year or so, engineers from both companie...

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