one billion pound electric vehicle hub

Nissan EV36Zero New revolutionary project launched by Japanese company in United Kingdom. at the Nissan plant Sunderland, in fact, the first production ecosystem of electric vehicles for the world. A significant Nissan project involving a total investment of £1 billion. idea to launch a electric vehicle hub It started with Nissan and its partners like Imagine AESC, which is the world leader in battery production and the Sunderland City Council which has approved the construction of the production plant.

The goal is to create a new, all-round model for zero-emissions automotive production that can ensure Nissan reaches the milestone total carbon neutrality. The plan announced by Nissan well includes 6,200 direct and indirect jobs in UK200. Of these, 900 new jobs for nissan I 750 in new factory Low environmental impact spec – AESC batteries. The idea is to expand Nissan’s electric car production in the UK.

Nissan aims to announce hub for electric vehicles

With the announcement of an electric vehicle hub in Sunderland, the Nissan project aims to invest up to £423 million to produce a new generation vehicle Fully electric in the UK. Clues are few, but it is clear that we can already talk about a car with an unmistakable and innovative style, equipped with high efficiency and a future generation of batteries. A crossover distributed in European countries Which has always been served by Nissan’s Sunderland plant.

The models are currently produced at the same Sunderland plant. Nissan Qashqai, Juke E Leaf, Most of which 70% were exported to continental Europe, 20% to the United Kingdom and the remaining 10% to other world markets, from South America to Australia and the Nordic countries to South Africa.

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Much satisfaction also for the launch of this project British Prime Minister Boris Johnson: “An important gesture of confidence in our highly skilled workers in the UK and in the North East”. Even more excited about the birth of an electric vehicle hub Makoto UchidaNissan, President and Chief Executive Officer: “This project is part of Nissan’s plan to achieve carbon neutrality throughout the life cycle of our products.”.

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