Nissan continues their electric vehicle project through the Nissan Ambition 2030 strategy. As an opening, the Japanese car manufacturer released four electric-based concept cars.
According to Nissan's Chief Executive Officer, Makoto Uchida explained that with Nissan Ambition 2030, we want to start a new era of electrification and advanced technology to reduce our carbon footprint and start new business opportunities.
“In this case, Nissan wants to be an environmentally friendly company that can meet the needs of consumers and communities,” said Uchida.
To support the plan, Nissan will present four concept cars as an illustration of how their electric car candidate will be in the future. It is planned that there will be 23 electric cars to be produced, of which the first 15 units will be launched in 2030.
The first concept car is the Nissan Chill-Out which at first glance has a design similar to the Nissan Ariya. The concept car was developed using the same Common Module Family (CMF)-EV platform as the Ariya and the Renault Megane E-Tech Electric.
Second, there is the Nissan Max-Out convertible sports car which is said to provide a dynamic driving experience combined with high comfort and stability.
The last concept car is the Nissan Surf-Out single cabin pickup which is prepared to be the successor to the Nissan Navara in the future.