An Electric Future Nissan Ambition 2030 Post


Automakers worldwide are starting to set their sights on creating an electric future free of fossil fuels. And one company, in particular, is really putting its sights high for the future of its EV model lines. Nissan recently released ambitious plans to launch 23 electric vehicles by 2030. 

Here at Maus Nissan of New Port Richey, we’re excited about what the plans for the future of the Nissan models have in store. And today we wanted to take a little time to highlight some of the cool things that are part of Nissan’s EV plan, they’re calling it:

Nissan Ambition 2030

It’s designed to create an electric future, and Nissan is investing heavily in that future as they look to launch 23 all-new EVs and invest in solid-state battery technology by 2030. Those 23 EV’s will be dispersed between their Nissan and Infiniti brands across the globe, with 15 of those 23 models being all-electric. 

Why? 

It’s part of a larger goal of Nissan’s to reach carbon-neutral status by 2050, and they’re putting their money where their mouth is with a $17.6 billion investment over the course of the next five years. 

Solid-State Battery Technology

They are investing some of that funding to develop solid-state battery technology, which they expect to be production-ready by 2028 at their pilot plant in Yokohama, Japan. Nissan anticipates that this investment in solid-state battery tech will actually bring the cost of every EV battery pack down to $75 per kWh by 2028. This means more savings for you as the consumer. 

EV Sales

Nissan plans to make EVs account for 40% of their United States sales by the end of the decade, with even more sales coming from hybrids. They’re also considering as part of the Nissan Ambition 2030, bringing their e-Power series hybrid system to the States. However, there isn’t an updated timeline on when this may happen yet. 

We couldn’t get specifics about the 15 upcoming all-electric vehicles, but they teased us with concept images of Chill-Out, Hang-Out, Max-Out, and Surf-Out to wet our whistle in the meantime. 

Until we know more about the electric future courtesy of Nissan, there’s something to be excited about—the release of the 2023 Nissan Ariya crossover that’s coming in the fall of 2022. You can see how the Ariya stacks up against a Tesla here with one of our previous blog posts. 

To find out more about the upcoming model releases from Nissan, be sure to check out our website. And if you want to take one of our exciting EVs currently on the lot for a test drive, be sure to call the Nissan specialists at Maus Nissan of New Port Richey today at (727)-999-6287!

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