The three automakers will work together to produce better and more affordable electric cars.
After the boring ongoing Vaporware Show at Frankfurt we need something refreshing.
By 2020 Nissan expects that electric cars represent 20 % of its sales in Europe.
Nissan's vision of a zero-emissions, zero-fatality mobility is the way to go
The new generation Nissan Leaf will lead the way.
In just a few hours we'll see what Nissan has reserved for 2017.
The future battery capacity is no secret anymore.
Carlos Ghosn, the CEO of the new Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance told the Nikkei Asian Review in a recent interview, that all three automakers will share EV technology to reduce costs.
Electric cars aren't all the same.
New design and battery options.