Nissan Vision Ambition 2030: 23 electrified models arrive, including 15 fully electric
Nissan today unveiled the Nissan Ambition 2030, the company’s new long-term vision for boosting mobility and beyond. Responding to the critical needs of the environment, society and customers, Nissan strives to become a truly sustainable company moving towards a cleaner and safer world.
With this vision, Nissan wants to deliver strategic value by strengthening travel that offers customers safer, more exciting and integrated experiences, and through collaboration to strengthen a society to build a smart ecosystem with integrated mobility.
Over the next ten years, Nissan will deliver exciting, electrified vehicles and technological innovations, while expanding its business globally, writes Tportal.hr. The vision supports Nissan’s goal of being carbon neutral over the life cycle of its products by fiscal 2050.
As a pioneer of electric vehicles (EVs), Nissan has democratized electric vehicles and invested in building charging and energy management infrastructure. By putting electrification at the heart of its long-term strategy, the Nissan Ambition 2030, the company aims to accelerate the electrification of its vehicle line and the rate of technological innovation with investments of 15.6 billion euros over the next five years.
Based on customer demand for a diverse range of exciting vehicles, Nissan will introduce 23 new electrified models, including 15 new electric vehicles by fiscal 2030 with the goal of electrifying more than 50 percent globally for the Nissan and Infiniti brands.
With the introduction of 20 new models equipped with EV and e-POWER over the next five years, Nissan intends to increase its electrification offer in major markets by fiscal 2026, including: Europe by more than 75 percent of sales, Japan by more than 55 percent of sales, China for more than 40 percent of sales, the United States for 40 percent of electric vehicle sales in fiscal 2030.
New concept models
Introducing the next phase of Nissan’s electrified future, the company today also unveiled three new concept cars that offer enhanced experiences through sophisticated technology packaging. These concepts showcase the exciting opportunities that Nissan strives to provide in a wide range of new advanced vehicles and ecosystems.
The Nissan CHILL-OUT is a next-generation EV crossover. A new way of thinking about mobility, CHILL-OUT is a mobile haven.
It has a sleek and modern design, advanced security technology and a productive and comfortable interior.
The crossover concept uses the CMF-EV platform, providing a high level of comfort and an exciting driving experience.
The Nissan MAX-OUT is a convertible that transcends the conventions of driving excitement. The Nissan MAX-OUT aims to provide a new driving experience with its superior stability and comfort.
Dynamic cornering response and handling are balanced with limited body tilt to optimize driver and passenger comfort, creating a sense of unity with the car.
Nissan HANG-OUT is a utility vehicle that changes the perception of mobile space. Stress-free driving for all passengers in the vehicle.
A car is more than just a means of transportation; can be used as an extension of personal space. It offers a space where you can fully focus on what you want to do while on the go.
Nissan SURF-OUT is a pick-up that strengthens the range of customer activities.
SURF-OUT aims to ensure a smooth ride regardless of the terrain, allowing customers to go anywhere in comfort and with confidence.
The various energy sources in the vehicle, as well as the low and flat luggage space, aim to help you go wherever you want and enhance your experience when you get there.
Nissan’s ambition is to support greater access to safe and exciting mobility. To advance accordingly, Nissan will continue to develop its lithium-ion battery technologies and introduce cobalt-free technology to reduce costs by 65 percent by fiscal year 2028.
Nissan aims to launch EV with its proprietary all-solid-state batteries (ASSB) by fiscal year 2028 and prepare a pilot plant in Yokohama as early as fiscal year 2024. With the introduction of the revolutionary ASSB, Nissan will be able to to expand its EV offerings in all segments and offer more dynamic performance. By reducing charging time to one-third, the ASSB will make EV vehicles more efficient and affordable. Further, Nissan expects ASSB to reduce the price of battery packs to $ 75 per kWh by fiscal year 2028 and seeks to further reduce them to $ 65 per kWh to achieve cost parity between EVs and gasoline vehicles in the future.
Nissan is working to establish a global battery supply system to meet the growing demand for customer vehicles and support the growing number of electric vehicles in use. In collaboration with its partners, Nissan plans to increase its global battery production capacity to 52 GWh by fiscal 2026 and 130 GWh by fiscal 2030.
Along with the Nissan Ambition 2030, the company also seeks to expand the benefits of mobility by delivering its advanced technologies to help the driver and intelligence to more customers. These joint efforts will also support Nissan’s ongoing efforts to establish new mobility and partnership services.
Nissan aims to expand ProPILOT technology to more than 2.5 million Nissan and Infiniti vehicles by fiscal 2026. The company will also further develop its autonomous vehicle technologies, with the goal of incorporating next-generation LIDAR systems into almost every new model by fiscal 2030.
To meet the different transport needs of different countries, Nissan will work with the most suitable partners to implement new mobility services for more efficient urban mobility as well as more sustainable mobility in rural areas.
In addition to the technological upgrade, Nissan will localize production and procurement to make EV vehicles more competitive. Nissan will expand its unique EV Hub concept, the EV36Zero, which was launched in the UK to key markets including Japan, China and the US. EV36Zero is a fully integrated production and service ecosystem that combines mobility and energy management with the aim of achieving carbon neutrality.
Ensuring vehicle battery sustainability will also continue to be a priority for Nissan based on decades of conversion and recycling experience with 4R Energy. The company intends to expand its battery recovery facilities outside Japan with new locations in Europe during fiscal 2022, and in the U.S. in fiscal year 2025. Nissan’s recovery infrastructure will support a circular economy in energy management, and the company aims to fully commercializes its systems and home battery system in the mid-2020s. In addition, the company will invest up to 20 billion yen in charging infrastructure by 2026.
As Nissan increases its pace of innovation in mobility, it also intends to employ more than 3,000 workers in advanced research and development globally, while continuing to refine its current workforce. The company will also work to collaborate with the wider Alliance to enable cost savings and shared expertise in areas such as electrification, software and services.
In addition to Nissan NEXT’s transformation plan, the company will maintain its business in the long run, with a consolidated operating margin above 5 percent.
Source: Tportal.hr / Nissan
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