Nissan to bring out 9 new electric, hybrid vehicles in China over five years
BEIJING (CHINA) – The CEO of Nissan Motor said on Saturday that he was planning to bring out a number of new vehicles in the bourgeoning Chinese market in five years. They include electrical cars.
“The recovery in the Chinese market has been very remarkable, and our key segments have returned to the previous year’s level if not slightly better,” CEO Makoto Uchida said while addressing the Beijing auto show virtually from Japan. “I expect this rebound to continue, but we need to watch for signs of trouble,” he added.
Uchida and the auto firm’s China head Shohei Yamazaki said Nissan will bring out nine new as well as revamped electric models by 2025. They include plug-in electric vehicles and hybrid cars.