Nissan global EV sales cross a million units
The million-EV sales milestone comes a little over 12 years after the path-breaking Nissan Leaf rolled out.
Nissan Motor Co has announced today that its global sales of electric vehicles have surpassed the 1-million-unit milestone.
Since its launch in December 2010, the Nissan Leaf has sold more than 650,000 units worldwide. The model, currently sold in approximately 50 markets centering on Japan, the USA and Europe, continues to be highly evaluated by customers around the globe and has won numerous, prestigious awards in multiple markets.
Pathbreaking Leaf, with over 650,000 units, is Nissan's best-selling electric car by far and is on sales in around 50 markets worldwide.
In 2022, Nissan started sales of the Nissan Ariya all-electric crossover. The Ariya features Nissan’s latest design language and technologies. Also in 2022, the Japanese carmaker launched the Sakura, its first EV in the Japanese mini-vehicle market. The Sakura has received cumulative orders of 50,000 units thanks to its cabin quietness, powerful yet smooth acceleration, elegantly designed spacious interior, and cruising range ample for daily driving.
Under its Nissan Ambition 2030 long-term vision, Nissan plans to launch 19 EV models by fiscal year 2030. The company also aims to launch EVs powered by all-solid-state batteries developed in-house by fiscal year 2028 and to expand its EV lineup to meet the diverse needs of customers around the world.
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