Stellantis is investing in lithium-sulfur battery maker Lyten in another example of automakers diversifying their EV battery supply networks.

The two companies will collaborate to develop mobility applications for Lyten’s lithium-sulfur battery, which is meant to be lighter and more energy dense than traditional lithium-ion options.

While Lyten has yet to commercialize its EV battery technology, the companies aim to have the product ready for use in a vehicle in the second half of the decade, Lyten Chief Sustainability Officer Keith Norman said in an interview.

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