Nissan announces 9 pure electric models to be launched in China by 2025
On April 21st, at the Shanghai Auto Show on the 19th, Nissan Motor released a new generation of X-Trail, and announced that it will launch 9 pure electric models in the Chinese market by 2025, including its latest pure electric crossover SUV model “Nissan Ariya”, etc. .
At this auto show, the new-generation X-Trail made its debut in the Chinese market as one of the core models of the “Nissan NEXT Enterprise Transformation Plan”, emphasizing handling performance and technological equipment, and will be launched in the Chinese market in the second half of 2021.
It is understood that Nissan plans to introduce 9 electric drive models to the Chinese market by 2025, including its latest pure electric crossover SUV model “Nissan Ariya”. Ashwani Gupta, chief operating officer of Nissan Motor Co., said: “China is at the forefront of future mobility development, and Nissan is ready to invest in it, focusing on promoting intelligent connectivity, intelligent driving and electric drive technologies. innovation.”
As the core model of Nissan’s electric drive strategy in China and a representative of the latest technological achievements of “Nissan Intelligent Mobility”, the Nissan Ariya incorporates a new design language, with strong performance and intelligent connectivity. It will open a new chapter of Nissan’s electric drive in the Chinese market together with Nissan’s latest electric drive powertrain system – Nissan e-POWER technology.
It is understood that Nissan e-POWER technology adopts a 100% all-electric drive system. Since the on-board gasoline engine can charge the battery when necessary, no external charging is required, eliminating the trouble of external charging. Since 2016, more than 500,000 consumers have purchased models equipped with Nissan e-POWER technology in the Japanese market.
According to Ashwani Gupta, e-POWER will provide consumers with driving pleasure, quietness and smooth acceleration comparable to pure electric vehicles, while enjoying the driving confidence and ease of use like a gasoline vehicle. This technology will soon be installed on one of the most popular products in the Chinese market and the best-selling model – Nissan Sylphy (parameters | pictures). By 2025, there will be six models equipped with Nissan e-POWER technology in the Chinese market.