The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is not dead.
It even claims for the future
"the best of three worlds"
, that of the three manufacturers.
On Wednesday, the partners emerged from two years of silence by presenting their joint strategy aimed at launching 35 new 100% electric models by 2030, 90% of which will be developed on five common industrial platforms.
The electric revolution to be carried out at high speed has led the three companies linked by cross-shareholdings to strengthen their ties.
It was time.
In recent months, many have wondered about the consistency of this organization, which is supposed to bring cost synergies both in purchasing and in the development and distribution of vehicles around the world.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Motors Alliance will invest 23 billion euros in electrification over 5 years
The Alliance looked brain dead.
The doubt was reinforced when each of its members separately made strategic announcements.
Last November, Nissan announced its own electric offensive in…
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