Nissan intends to stop selling non-electric cars in Europe by 2030

16:28 - 27.09.2023

September 27, Fineko/ Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co. is going to completely stop selling non-electric cars in Europe by 2030, replacing them with electric cars and hybrids.

According to the Financial Times, at that, from now on, all new models of cars to be sold in the region will be equipped exclusively with electric motor or electric motor in combination with internal combustion engine.

"There is no turning back now," Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida, adding that the company believes this is the right decision for both business and customers, and for the planet as a whole.

Earlier, the manufacturer announced a goal to increase the share of electric cars and hybrids in European sales to 98% by April 2027.

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