On August 23, 2023, Nissan previewed three new electric models to its dealers during the Nissan Dealer Meeting. In Las Vegas, the manufacturer organized a great mass to inform them of many new features.
Nissan promises 27 electrified models by 2030
According to our colleagues fromAutomotive News, the company’s management gave a very clear overview of its future electric range to its dealers. The automaker plans to launch its electric offensive in 2025 and intends to market 27 electrified models by 2030 (including 19 100% electric vehicles). Like Toyota, Nissan takes a hybrid approach. Three new electric models were presented a few days ago.
Makoto Uchida, the group’s CEO, announced that e-Power hybrid technology should see the light of day in the United States during the second half of 2026. Nissan also continues to invest in solid-state batteries. The brand is convinced that these small batteries are essential to bring about a revolution in the electric market. The first prototypes should see the light of day soon within the Yokohama factory.
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Three electric models revealed to dealers
In Las Vegas, Nissan notably presented the successor to the Leaf. The new version of the brand’s iconic model has been described as a ” mini-Ariya “. It will offer 25% more range than the current version, approximately 425 km. The second model presented by the manufacturer is a sedan that could replace the Maxima. The latest model unveiled is a 100% electric SUV built on the CMF-EV platform already used by the Ariya.
Long considered a pioneer in the electric segment, Nissan has fallen behind in the past five years. The manufacturer has let itself be overtaken, but intends to catch up. The Nissan Leaf released in 2010 has long been the best-selling electric vehicle. It took almost ten years for the brand to launch its second 100% electric model, the Ariya.