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Nissan does not intend to stop using gasoline engines

Nissan does not intend to stop using gasoline engines

Competitors are investing everything in electric power – but Nissan will continue to sell hybrid cars even after 2030.

Nissan depends on it That there will be a need for cars with gasoline engines in Europe even after 2030.
Says the company’s European director Guillaume Cartier in An interview with Automotive News.

So goes NissanLike Toyota, it’s against the tide when it comes to discontinuing cars with internal combustion engines. However, all cars from the brand must be electrified – the model range should be a mixture of hybrid models and pure electric cars after 2030.

Many other car manufacturers in Europe have set a deadline for their internal combustion engines. Renault, Volvo, Ford, Peugeot and Fiat will not sell electric cars until after 2030. Opel will become electric as early as 2028, while Volkswagen will put pistons and valves on the shelf in 2035 when EU emissions rules require a 100% reduction in exhaust emissions.

nissan launch Several new hybrids this year: Qashqai e-Power, Juke hybrid and X-trail e-Power. Hybrids of the e-Power brand also differ from the norm in that their gasoline engines do not have direct contact with the wheels. Instead, only the 1.5-liter engine is used as a generator to charge the battery. They say it gives a driving experience very similar to that of an electric car.

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