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Environment Japan10. October 2023

Car Giant to Go All-Electric in the Coming Years

Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer Nissan is on track to have an all-electric fleet equipped with improved battery technology that will reduce the charging time and the cost of vehicles for the European market by 2030.

Nissan will make the switch to full electric by 2030 in Europe. We believe it is the right thing to do for our business, our customers, and for the planet,” states Nissan’s chief executive Makoto Uchida. “It may take a bit of time, but we are looking at the next few years.”

The new battery technology known as all-solid-state batteries (ASSB) will be cheaper, lighter, and quicker to charge. “We are going to have a pilot plant for ASSB in Japan from next year, and we want to ensure they can be mass-produced by 2028.” Nissan is making that move because it is “the right thing to do.”


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