As part of the new approach, Nissan will share and adapt key components of the EV and e-POWER powertrains. Therefore, by 2026, it will provide a 30% reduction in development and production costs compared to 2019. With its X-in-1 approach, Nissan aims to further increase the competitiveness of EV and e-POWER vehicles. Nissan has developed a prototype 3-in-1 powertrain that adapts the engine, converter and gear unit intended for use in EVs. In addition, the 5-in-1 model, which also replaces the generator and amplifier, is planned to be used in e-POWER vehicles.
19 electrical models
The X-in-1 method, which includes 3-in-1, 5-in-1 and other possible versions, was developed to enable the basic components of EV and e-POWER to be manufactured online. In 2010, Nissan launched the Nissan LEAF, an EV. It was the first car manufacturer to mass sell it. Nissan also pays close attention to and closely monitors the expectations of EV customers around the world to continuously improve its electrification technologies. In 2016, the brand introduced the unique e-POWER power train system, which uses EV technology, which provides the same driving pleasure as an EV, as it is a 100% power train. As part of its long-term vision Nissan Ambition 2030, the company aims to expand its product range with 27 new models, 19 of which are electric, by the 2030 financial year.