By the year 2022, the auto manufacturer will launch 12 NISSAN electric cars or variations of conventionally powered cars. A number of the vehicles will be entirely electric vehicles, while others will be powered by partially electric, in order to account for consumers that are worried about the car's range. NISSAN calls this 'e-power,' which will utilize small internal combustion engines in order to charge the battery pack, this will extend the driving range of the car. The company has also noted the 'e-power' cars have had a great deal of success in Japan.
NISSAN has been an early adopter of electrically power vehicles, in 2017 NISSAN showed off the IMx Concept car that is set to be available in 2020.
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