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Nissan shows what’s coming next at Auto China 2020


BEIJING – Nissan's all-new Ariya crossover EV made its China debut at Auto China 2020 today, as the company announced important steps forward for the Nissan NEXT transformation plan in the market.

Renewed lineup for China

Nissan plans to launch seven new models in China by 2022. Nissan is ready to meet and exceed these demands by revitalizing its product portfolio to deliver compelling new models.

Expanding EVs and e-POWER

Nine models in Nissan's China lineup are to be equipped with electrified powertrains (EV or e-POWER) by 2025. Nissan knows that drivers in China are looking for reliable and exciting EV options.

ProPILOT advanced driver assistance

Nissan plans for five models in its China lineup to be available with ProPILOT advanced driver assistance technology by 2022, covering 70% of Nissan's passenger models in the market. Nissan continues to work to bring ProPILOT 2.0, the latest generation of the technology, to China to provide a safer and more exciting driving experience.


Nissan's plans call for nine models in China to feature NissanConnect by 2024, covering 90% of Nissan models in the market. China is at the very forefront of connectivity, and Nissan is equipping its cars with the latest features to provide customers with a closer and more seamless connection with society.

"Nissan is a passionate, innovative challenger, and we have a strong heritage of redefining segments," said Uchida. Contact Qiao RenNissan (China) Investment Co., Ltd.+86 10 5925 You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn and see all our latest videos on YouTube.

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Sep 26, 2020 at 19:03


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