3 new Nissan EVs and 5 Nissan e-Power models to kick off by 2022

Apr 22, 2018 | Same topic: Newest & coolest car concepts
The Japanese car manufacturer expects that 50% of its models sold by 2025 will be e-Power or EVs.

Nissan has disclosed that it will be introducing 5 Nissan e-Power models and 3 new Nissan EVs in its home market by 2022. These all new EVs will widen its pure electric range where the Leaf is currently sitting alone. Meanwhile, e-Power models will develop its lineup beyond the Serena e-Power and Note e-Power which are now available in the local market.

Nissan Leaf 2018 angular front

These all new EVs will widen its pure electric range where the Leaf is currently sitting alone

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The three new EVs will be joint products of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance. As announced, the next-gen EVs of the alliance will be based on common EV platforms for multiple segments by the year 2020. Besides, a new range of batteries and EV motors will also be offered, beginning in 2020.

Nissan Leaf 2018 engine

A new range of batteries and EV motors will also be offered, beginning in 2020

The Nissan e-Power models and Nissan EVs are expected to account for 40% of Nissan's total sales in Japan by 2020. Beyond that, the Japanese carmakers predicts that 50% of its car models sold by 2025 will be e-Power or EVs. Simultaneously, the company hopes to sell out one million units of both e-Power and EV worldwide per year by late 2022 as planned.

Nissan e-Power

Nissan hopes to sell out one million units of both e-Power and EV worldwide per year by late 2022

Additionally, the brand claimed that it would be extending its car sharing service in the home country. Following the e-share mobi program’s success, Nissan said it would enlarge its local service network from 30 to 500 locations by late 2018.

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