Mazda hat ein Patent für Elektroautos veröffentlicht, dass sich mit Superkondensatoren beschäftigt, um große Batteriemodule zu vermeiden.
Way before it presented its first EV and gave it a name, Mazda already made it very clear that it did not believe in large batteries. When the MX-30 showed up, it had only 130 mi of range (209 km) and a battery pack of 35.5 kW. According to the company, because anything more significant would be less efficient and because this range fits most needs. To travel further, this car would need a range extender. These patents may confirm a rotary engine may be the answer to that, but Mazda can also use supercapacitors.