Nissan Announces Plan to Sell Only Electric Cars by 2030

Nissan has made a bold commitment to sell only electric cars by the year 2030, even with the recent decision to ban internal combustion engines (ICE) in the UK being pushed back to 2035. While Tesla is often credited with making electric vehicles mainstream, it was actually Nissan that led the way with the LEAF. However, Nissan has fallen behind in recent years.

Now, the company is taking steps to catch up and surpass its competition. Nissan has pledged to release 19 new electric vehicle models globally by 2030. Despite the delayed ICE ban in the UK, Nissan has made it clear that they will only be selling electric vehicles by 2030.

The first of these new electric models will be the electric Micra, with a new Nissan Leaf expected to follow. This model is anticipated to be a crossover or SUV that will sit below the Nissan Ariya in terms of size and price.

In addition to expanding their electric vehicle lineup, Nissan is also investing in solid-state batteries. These batteries, which are expected to be available by 2028, have the potential to reduce the cost of batteries and improve charging rates. This technology breakthrough will make electric vehicles even more accessible to consumers.

Guillaume Cartier, Chairman of Nissan in Europe, expressed confidence in the future of electric vehicles and Nissan’s commitment to providing their customers with high-quality electric models. He stated, “With breakthroughs in battery technology, electric vehicles will become even more accessible, and Nissan will continue to champion EV as the best way to provide cleaner, simpler, and more affordable mobility.”

Overall, Nissan’s decision to sell only electric cars by 2030 demonstrates their commitment to sustainability and driving the adoption of electric vehicles on a global scale.

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