Nissan has big plans for the electric vehicle sector, with a £ 13.2 billion investment planned over the next five years.
Japanese car giant Presentation Its “Ambition 2030” vision, and EV are at its core. As part of the plan, Nissan plans to invest JPY 2 trillion (about £ 13.2 billion or $ 17.6 billion) to accelerate the electrification process over the next five years.
During this period, the company will launch 23 new electric models and 15 new EVs, aiming for 50% electrification across Nissan and Infiniti by 2030. In addition, 20 of these new electric vehicles should arrive in the next five years.
As a result of this promotion, Nissan hopes to increase electric vehicle sales by 75% in Europe and 40% in the United States over the next decade.
Nissan also announced plans to launch an EV powered by its own all-solid-state battery (ASSB) by 2028. These all-solid-state batteries clearly reduce charging time by a third, making EVs more efficient and cost-effective. Run.
We plan to reduce the cost of battery packs to $ 75 per kWh by 2028 and beyond that to $ 65 per kWh. This will achieve comparable prices between electric vehicles and traditional gas guzzlers. All EV companies I am enthusiastically pursuing.
At the beginning of 2021, Nissan claimed that it wanted all brand new car ranges to be electric by the early 2030s. He also outlined the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
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