Nissan will release 23 new models

Nissan will release 23 new models


Nissan spoke about the new development strategy for the Nissan Ambition 2030, which involves large investments in the development of electrified vehicles. Over the next five years, the manufacturer will invest about $ 17.6 billion, and by 2030 will present a new line of 23 vehicles: 15 electric cars and eight hybrids with e-Power installation. Nissan also plans to introduce massively larger solid-state batteries and autonomous driving technologies.

By 2028, Nissan vehicles will begin to be equipped with new solid-state batteries (ASSB): they have a higher capacity than lithium-ion batteries, charge about a third faster and cost significantly less. ASSB will begin production at the Yokohama plant, which will be ready by 2024, and by 2030, Nissan will increase battery production to 130 gigawatt hours per year.

The new cars will receive the most advanced assistants from Nissan’s arsenal. The proprietary ProPilot autopilot will be installed on more than 2.5 million Nissan and Infiniti cars in five years. In another four years, each new model will be equipped with a new generation of lidars.

Thanks to the investments, Nissan intends to significantly increase sales of “battery” cars by 2026. In Europe, they occupy 75 percent of the total number of vehicles sold, in Japan – 55 percent, in China – 40 percent. With regard to the United States, plans are slightly less ambitious: Nissan plans to achieve a 40 percent share only by 2030.

In another 20 years, the Japanese manufacturer is going to achieve full CO? -neutrality, including production around the world.

Previously, a similar plan was revealed by Toyota, despite the fact that its head has repeatedly criticized the trend for “greening” cars. By 2030, the company plans to leave only electric cars and hybrids in the European line-up, and by 2035, Toyota will lose the world’s largest car market, China.

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