Nissan Brings Electric Vehicle Battery Production To UK
The processes of manufacturing battery units in order of construction at the Nissan plant in Sunderland.
Nissan has today announced its commitment to produce a future generation of electric vehicle (EV) batteries at its flagship manufacturing base in Sunderland, UK.
Representing a £26.5m investment within the UK, This specific commitment will safeguard 300 highly-skilled jobs in manufacturing, maintenance in addition to also engineering at Nissan’s advanced lithium-ion battery plant in Sunderland, the largest of its type in Europe.
The announcement comes at the beginning of a landmark year in which Nissan will celebrate the 30th anniversary year of its Sunderland factory – currently the largest plant within the history of the UK car industry.
Already the global leaders in electric vehicles, in addition to also that has a brand-new 155-mile (250km) range Nissan LEAF on sale across Europe This specific month, This specific long-term commitment signals Nissan’s bold vision for the future of zero-emission motoring.
Paul Willcox, Chairman, Nissan Europe, said: “With 0,000 customers around the globe already, the Nissan LEAF has transformed the performance in addition to also perception of EVs in addition to also made Nissan the undisputed leader in EV technology.
“Today’s announcement reflects Nissan’s intention to remain EV leaders for many years to come, with our UK operations at the heart of our future innovations.”
by Mr Butterscotch via Car Articles