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Nissan releases new energy plan by 2030

Nissan Motor Company released the “Nissan Ambition 2030” (Nissan Ambition 2030) to empower future mobility. Among them, in order to meet the diversified needs of consumers for electric drive vehicles, Nissan plans to launch 23 electric drive vehicles by fiscal 2030, including 15 pure electric vehicles, and the proportion of electric drive vehicles under the Nissan and Infiniti brands Will exceed 50%.

As a pioneer of electric vehicles, Nissan has promoted the popularization of electric vehicles and completed investments in charging infrastructure and energy management. Nissan takes electric drive as the core of the company’s long-term development strategy-Nissan Ambition 2030 and plans to invest 2 trillion yen in the next five years to accelerate the advancement of electric drive. Product layout and technological innovation.

In the next five years, Nissan will launch 20 pure electric models and models equipped with Nissan’s e-POWER technology. By the fiscal year 2026, increase the proportion of sales of electric drive vehicles in core markets, including:

  • European market: the sales of electric-drive vehicles accounted for more than 75% of the total sales;
  • Japanese market: The sales of electric-drive models accounted for more than 55% of the total sales of models;
  • Chinese market: The sales of electric-driven vehicles account for more than 40% of the total sales of vehicles;
  • US market: As of fiscal 2030, sales of pure electric vehicles accounted for 40% of total vehicle sales.

In order to show the future development of electric drive, Nissan has launched three new concept models and enhanced the user’s driving experience through advanced technology combinations. At the same time, it further demonstrates the possibility of launching models equipped with more advanced technologies and creating an ecosystem in the future. Source: NetEase Auto

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