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Nissan’s Lineup of EVs Set to Grow to Five, Inductive Charging Desired for Infiniti Model

Nissan’s only current production electric vehicle is the Leaf, a car with an oscillating sale past that, as of the start of this year, has seen good growth around the world, and particularly in the US. Now, since production for the North American market was moved to Smyrna, Tennessee, and the price has been dropped a bit, the trend is accelerated.

The numbers are the ones that confirm this, and there’s no denying the difference between the 11,703 Leafs sold through July of this year versus the 3,543 shifted in the same time frame of 2012. Remember that the Smyrna plant has the capacity to build 150,000 vehicles per year and around 200,000 lithium-ion battery packs, so the sole Nissan EV currently in production could spare some production line space for one of two possible new models announced by an Autonews Europe report.


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