Nissan Begins Electric Car Battery Production at Tennessee Plant
Just two years after the first Nissan Leaf was sold in the U.S., Nissan said today it has opened a plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, to fabricate lithium-ion cells for electric-car batteries.
The first cells built at the plant have completed the necessary aging process, and can now be charged for the first time.
Those cells will go into electric cars built in its adjacent assembly plant, the first of which will be the 2013 Nissan Leaf.
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