Nissan: two new electric vehicles by 2016/17
According to a Nikkei report, Nissan plans to launch two new electric cars by the end of the 2016/17 fiscal year.
The Japanese automaker is developing another mini-EV in collaboration with Mitsubishi. Nissan also plans to roll out a successor to its Leaf EV, with a longer range than the current 228 km per charge.
Since its official launch in 2010, the Leaf has already been sold globally in more than 150 thousand units.
In its electric vehicle range Nissan also offers the e-NV200 model. Always by 2016/17, Nissan also plans to develop a hybrid variant of the compact Note.