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Nissan aims for 98% electrified sales in Europe by 2027


In its previous “Ambition 2030” plan, the group aimed for 50% electrified cars by the end of the decade.

Japanese automaker Nissan, an ally of French Renault, announced a further acceleration towards electrification on Monday, saying it is now aiming for a 98% share for its sales of electrified vehicles (electric and hybrid) in Europe by 2027. This former electric pioneer has raised its ambitions on a global scale, now counting on a 55% share for its electrified vehicles in its global sales by 2030.

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Nissan's previous target under its long-term

Ambition 2030

strategy , announced in late 2021, was a 50% share of electrified vehicles by 2030. These accounted for around 10% of its sales in 2020. To achieve its goal, Nissan now plans to introduce 27 new electrified models, including 19 electric, by its 2030/31 fiscal year (up from 23 and 15 respectively previously), it said in a statement.

Nissan now says it is aiming for 98% electrified sales in Europe by its 2026/27 financial year against a previous target of 75%, saying it wants to “

continue its robust electrification policy

” and “

study the possibility of strengthening its collaboration with the 'Covenant


Renault and Nissan announced at the beginning of the month a new start to their collaboration, with a rebalancing of their cross-shareholdings and new projects, particularly in the electric sector.

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The Japanese must in particular take up to 15% of the capital of Ampere, the future electric pole of Renault to be introduced on the Stock Exchange.

In Japan, Nissan is now counting on 58% electrified sales (instead of 55% previously) by 2026/27, and 35% in China, a less ambitious threshold than the 40% mentioned so far.

In the United States, the group still expects its future electric vehicles to represent 40% of its sales in 2030/31.

Source: lefigaro

All business articles on 2023-02-27

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