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Nissan continues to offer gasoline and diesel cars despite the introduction of electric vehicles

Some common sense from Nissan this week on the launch of electric cars – announcing that despite all the hype surrounding the launch of electric cars, gasoline and diesel models will continue to be sold in markets like Australia for some time.

Ashwani Gupta, Nissan’s global chief operating officer, stressed that by 2030, 75 percent of Nissan vehicles in Europe will be hybrid or electric vehicles from rivals. We want customers to have the natural choice of choosing battery electric vehicles. “

Nissan plans to introduce new electric vehicles locally in the future, but only if there is demand from buyers.

The Nissan Leaf is one of the best-selling electric cars in Europe, but it accounts for less than one percent of company sales in Australia.

I am David Berthon.

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