Nissan details Intelligent Mobility Plan at the 1st ASEAN Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Summit

Jul 25, 2017 | Same topic: Up-to-date consumer reports
Nissan has come up with Intelligent Mobility Plan to boost production of intelligent and clean cars that will help contribute to a better, safer, greener and smarter road network.
It is clear that as the human population is exploding, so does the demand for automotive sector. This, in turn, put a huge strain on the available resources like fossil fuel reserves, which in the same way lead to increased risk of air pollution.
 
Fortunately, all is not lost. Firms like Nissan have come up with a long-term plan for a not-too-distant future. The plan is considered a forward-looking view of intelligent and clean cars that will help contribute to a better, safer, greener and smarter road network. Speaking at the ASEAN Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Summit, which was not too long ago held at the World Trade Center Metro Manila, Nissan officially presented its comprehensive and far-reaching Intelligent Mobility plan.

>>> The first ever ASEAN Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Summit is a part of the ASEAN National Organizing Committees series of events for 2017 as the Philippines hosts the ASEAN Summit this year. Read our article for more details.

 
Yutaka Sanada, Nissan’s Regional Senior Vice President for Asia and Oceania

Nissan have come up with Intelligent Mobility Plan at the 1st ASEAN EV & Hybrid Summit
 
As the human population is growing rapidly and stretching the world’s finite, so does the public demand for a cheaper, safer and commuter-friendly transport service option. Due to this ever growing need, a high rate of increase in carbon dioxide (CO2) has continued day by day and contributes to global warming.
 
Fortunately, latest technologies and innovations are shaping the future and change the Earth by enabling car makers to face with forthcoming environment disaster. Alternatives to Internal Combustion Engines (ICEs) like hybrid and electric cars offer low CO2 emissions, positioning themselves as cheaper and smarter options.  
 
Nissan Motor Corporation has a long history of commonly investing in Electric Vehicles (EV) for greater than seven decades, protecting 48 countries. Nissan recently launched Nissan Intelligent Mobility, a forward-looking view that help the firm determine “how our vehicles should be powered, driven, and integrated into society”.
 
Yutaka Sanada, Nissan’s Regional Senior Vice President for Asia and Oceania, at the first ASEAN Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Summit as quoted as saying: “We see a future of zero emissions and fatalities through Nissan Intelligent Mobility.”

>>> The Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP) is pushing for legislation to support and spark the development of electric and hybrid vehicles in our country.
 
A Red Nissan Xtrail side view

Nissan Motor Corporation has a long history of commonly investing in Electric Vehicles (EV) for greater than seven decades
 
Nissan’s e-powered cars provide:
 
  • More pleasure via its EV acceleration and silent engine (Intelligent Power)
  • More confidence on the street via its ProPilot technology (Intelligent Driving)
  • More connectivity via vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-building charging models (Intelligent Integration)
 
Nissan’s first e-powered product is the Nissan LEAF – the company’s flagship EV and the Nissan Note. The former is the world’s best-selling mass-produced EV, with greater than 270,000 units sold since its launch in 2010.
 
“With Nissan’s expertise in the EV industry, the time is ripe for us to share our world-leading products and actively reach out to emerging EV markets like the Philippines,” Sanada added. 

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