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Nissan teases all-electric Micra hatchback

Nissan believes the new CMF platform allows it to have a unique style that reflects the fact that it is quite different from the Renault 5

The EV is expected in 2024, although Nissan may use another name

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The EV is expected in 2024, although Nissan may use another name

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The Nissan Micra has been one of the staples of the Japanese auto giant. It is part of the alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi, and collectively all the brands have bet on electric vehicles. Now, after the Leaf, Nissan is looking to electrify its iconic hatchback – Micra, which has been teased for some time. The alliance already has its own battery electric vehicle platform called CMF which is used by the Renault 5 EV. The new Micra will also be based on the Renault 5 which is being built at the ElectriCity plant in northern France, which is currently the largest electric vehicle manufacturing plant in Europe.

The Micra EV should also be manufactured in the same factory. It will likely succeed Nissan’s current Micra as the entry-level electric vehicle option for the European market. Nissan may not grant the Micra badge.

As revealed in the teaser video shared by Nissan, it will feature large, round LED daytime running lights with horizontal clusters in the middle. Additional vertical LEDs have been placed on either side of the bumper and there is an illuminated Nissan logo between the headlights. The taillights are also inspired by the DRLs that are found at the rear.

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The EV will be based on the Renault 5 building on the CMF platform

Nissan believes the new CMF platform allows it to have a unique style that reflects the fact that it is quite different from the Renault 5.

“This all-new model will be engineered by Nissan and engineered and manufactured by Renault using our new common platform, maximizing the use of our Alliance assets while retaining its Nissan character. example of the Alliance’s ‘smart differentiation’ approach.. Succeeding our iconic Micra, I am sure this new model will delight our customers in Europe even more,” said Ashwani Gupta, Nissan Chief Operating Officer.

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This electric vehicle is expected to launch around 2024. In the meantime, there could be a new Ariya crossover and there could be a crossover coupe that will succeed the iconic Leaf by 2025. So overall, many vehicles electric vehicles are under construction at Nissan. .

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