Nissan Ariya EV Will Be the First Japanese EV to Use Superchargers From Tesla

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Nissan is the first Japanese car manufacturer expected to adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard hardware, transitioning from CCS to NACS hardware in 2024. Starting in 2025, Nissan’s electric vehicles will all have NACS ports, making them the first Japanese car manufacturer to do so. Nissan plans 19 new electric models between now and 2030.

Jérémie Papin, the chairperson at Nissan Americas, explained:

Adopting the NACS standard underlines Nissan’s commitment to making electric mobility even more accessible as we follow our Ambition 2030 long-term vision of greater electrification,

We are happy to provide access to thousands more fast chargers for Nissan EV drivers, adding confidence and convenience when planning long-distance journeys.

In a realm where electric car companies had previously faltered, Tesla emerged triumphant by executing its ambitious vision. The key to Tesla’s success lies in its unwavering commitment to delivering an electric car that not only matched but exceeded the performance, speed, and driving pleasure offered by traditional gasoline cars.

Unlike its competitors, Tesla saw beyond the constraints of conventional electric vehicles and set out to redefine the industry’s landscape. The company took an innovative approach to engineering, harnessing cutting-edge technology and design to create a masterpiece on wheels. By meticulously crafting their electric cars with precision, Tesla managed to overcome the limitations that had hindered other electric car ventures in the past.

In a financial journey marked by intriguing fluctuations, Nissan Motor’s annual revenue for 2023 accelerated to an impressive $78.416B, showcasing a notable 4.58% growth compared to the preceding year. The upward trajectory continued in 2022, with the company achieving $74.979B in revenue, representing a solid 1.45% increase compared to 2021. However, the road to success wasn’t entirely smooth, as 2021 witnessed a significant 18.68% downturn, with the annual revenue of Nissan amounting to $73.908B, relative to the robust performance of 2020.

The Tama was Nissan’s first electric vehicle, debuting in 1947. It was mostly used by taxi firms, and its removable lead-acid batteries allowed it to go for up to 96.3 kilometers at a top speed of 35.2 kph.

Cristian Antonescu
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