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Nissan Will Only Launch Electrified Vehicles In Europe Starting In 2023

The brand wants 100 percent of its sales to be electrified cars by the end of the decade.

Nissan is one of the few automotive firms that has decided not to invest in the development of combustion engines that would fulfil Europe’s future Euro 7 emissions requirements. As a result, starting in 2023, Nissan will not release any new vehicles on the continent that are only powered by internal combustion engines. Instead, the Japanese automaker will add six new electric cars to its lineup starting in the summer of this year.

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By 2026, Nissan wants electrified vehicles to account for 75 percent of its European sales. By the end of the decade, the company hopes to have sold 100 percent electric vehicles. Interestingly, Nissan claims that six new models will be added to the lineup, each with “obvious distinctiveness” thanks to various electrified technology Nissan presently has or is developing.

“With the launch of our most comprehensive product portfolio to date, this is a significant moment for Nissan in Europe, leveraging our worldwide footprint and Alliance alliances,” says Guillaume Cartier, chairperson of Nissan Europe. “We’ve combined our disruptive spirit with our electric expertise to create a suite of electrified powertrain solutions that fulfil our clients’ needs while maintaining the highest level of excitement.”

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In Europe, Nissan now offers various crossovers, as well as the all-electric Leaf, Micra, Townstar, and Primastar light commercial vehicles. The Juke and Qashqai hybrid models were recently introduced (see related links below), and the Leaf was refreshed for the new model year. In turn, the GT-R supercar was phased out in the Old Continent.

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Meanwhile, Nissan is aiming to improve its production ecosystem so that it can run on renewable energy. By the end of this decade, the manufacturer hopes to be carbon neutral by 2050, with completely electric vehicles accounting for at least 30% of sales.

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Source: Nissan

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