Nissan Motor is an exception in this regard, as the Leaf model was once the most popular electric vehicle in the world. Now, the company plans to increase the percentage of electrified cars in the sales structure to 55% by 2030.
According to Reuters, this Japanese automaker intends to reduce the percentage of electric vehicles to only half by the specified date, and also to develop 23 new models with traction electric motors, of which 15 will be fully battery, and the rest will be hybrids. The new goal implies an increase in the number of electrified cars to 27 models, including 19 "thoroughbred" electric vehicles.
Nissan Motors will establish two new power plants in Tennessee to fulfill the needs of the domestic electric vehicle market. Somewhere by the calendar year 2026, Nissan will be able to increase the quality of its products to qualify for the state subsidies for electric vehicles sold to the general public.
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