One of Japan’s leading automotive manufacturers Nissan made very important statements at an event it organized. Explaining for the first time how it will provide electricity transformation at this event, the company also explained what they will do until 2030 . If Nissan puts these targets into practice without delay, we can say with confidence that the company’s position in the sector will be much better than it is now.
Nissan will spend approximately $18 billion in the next 5 years . This expenditure will be made solely for accelerating the electricity conversion. It seems that the announced money will allow Nissan to close the gap between the company and the company, which has been budgeting for electric vehicles for years. Because the company’s budget for the electricity conversion is more than double that of many of its competitors . How will this affect the consumer?
15 fully electric vehicles will be announced until 2030
In the statements made by Nissan; Until 2030, a total of and 23 vehicles with electrical infrastructure will be announced. Of these , 15 of them will be fully electric. The company will also reduce the cost of lithium-ion batteries by 65 percent in the next 8 years. In this way, vehicles will begin to have accessible prices for everyone over the years. The company will implement its new generation batteries, which it says ” will change the rules of the game “, until March 2029.
Nissan’s statements did not satisfy investors
The statements made by Nissan were more than impressive for individual consumers . However, the situation was not so for investors. Because the stock lot values of the company lost 5.6 percent after the decision . Industry sources announced that Nissan was too late at the point of the electric revolution, and that even an investment of 18 billion dollars cannot close the gap . However, some analystsdollarser state that the stock drops are not exclusive to Nissan, but that an environment of uncertainty has occurred again due to the new variant of the coronavirus called omicron . Time will tell which approach is correct…