Nissan will transfer its electrical development to alliance partners


22 Jan 2020

Nissan is one of the pioneers in the field of mass production of electric cars. In 2016, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance formed, and it seems that in the near future, the remaining members of the alliance will take advantage of the Nissan engineers’ electrical developments

According to Alfonso Albais, Nissan’s senior vice president of design, the company is working on a new modular platform that will form the basis of the alliance’s new electric cars, Insideevs writes. This means that in the near future, electric cars Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi and their subsidiary brands will be unified from a technical point of view, although the appearance of the cars is different – the platform in this regard can boast great flexibility.

The first electric crossover Nissan called Ariya will have very good dynamic characteristics: acceleration to 100 km / h will be given to him in about 5 seconds. Its electric propulsion system will be based on the E-4orce AWD concept, which consists of two electric motors with a power of 304 hp. The same power plant will receive the new electric cars Renault and Mitsubishi, as well as Infiniti. The new platform, as colleagues add, also supports hybrid power plants, so the alliance brands will soon significantly expand their lineup.

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