All-electric Nissan Micra successor teased for Europe01/28/2022
The same platform will also underpin the upcoming Renault 5.
Nissan has confirmed that they will replace the popular Micra hatchback with an all-electric model. The new all-electric Nissan Micra successor is said to be part of the electrification plans announced by the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi alliance, which has invested a total of 23 billion euros over a period of five years.
The all-new EV which replaces the Nissan Micra will be underpinned by the CMF-BEV platform, said to be launched in 2024. The same platform will also underpin the upcoming Renault 5 and a number of other future offerings by Nissan, Renault and Alpine.
The new platform is said to accommodate enough batteries to provide a range of 400 km on a single charge. It is also said to reduce costs by 33 per cent & power consumption by 10 per cent, compared to the current platform used on the Nissan Leaf.
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