Nissan announces new mini electric vehicle to replace the popular petrol-fueled car


Nissan has announced a new compact electric vehicle. The new vehicle will replace the popular Nissan Micra, which was earlier available in India. However, the new car will be fully electric and will be sold in the European markets.

The new Nissan EV will be manufactured at the Renault Electricity Center in France. Since this new car will replace the Nissan Micra, it is expected to be very competitively priced. As of now, Nissan has only announced its availability in Europe.

The Japanese brand has announced that the launch of the new electric vehicle is part of Nissan’s Ambition 2030 vision. Other EVs include the new Nissan Aria, a new EV crossover and the new Qashqai and X-Trail.

Nissan EV Roadmap

Announced today as part of the new Alliance 2030 roadmap, the new Nissan Compact EV is designed by Nissan. The car will be engineered and manufactured by Renault on the Alliance CMF B-EV platform. The platform enables companies to maintain unique styles for their respective products.

Ashwini Gupta, Chief Operating Officer, Nissan, said, “This all-new model will be designed by Nissan and engineered and manufactured by Renault using our new Common Platform, which allows the use of our Alliance assets while maintaining the Nissan-ness. will do the maximum.”

“This is a great example of the alliance’s ‘smart differentiation’ approach. After our iconic Micra, I am sure this new model will provide further excitement to our customers in Europe.

The new car teaser shows round swept-back headlamps with daytime running lights. The headlamps have been installed in the middle of the round DRLs. Further product information including nomenclature, launch timing and technical details will be released later.

First appeared on BGR India after Nissan announced a new mini electric vehicle to replace the popular petrol-fueled car.

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