Nissan’s racy new EV concept previews an all-electric future in Europe
Nissan is previewing a new sporty, Micro Machines-looking all-electric concept vehicle for Europe that signals its plans to go all-electric in the continent by 2030.
Designed by Nissan’s London design team, the non-production EV hatchback (called Concept 20-23) with circle daytime-running lights is compact — precisely like what you’d expect carmakers to make for the European market.
Under its “Ambition 2030” plan, Nissan says it’ll globally introduce 19 new electric vehicles alongside eight “electrified” vehicles. The automaker plans to fast-track the European market specifically, where it says a third of its global EV sales take place.
Nissan says it now only sells hybrid and electric models in Europe — including the “e-Power”…