We know it: what is expensive in an electrified car are the batteries. And at Nissan, we are determined to reduce these costs. First, by offering more compact, lighter and more standardized electric units. Then using solid-state batteries. The latter have the advantage of containing significantly fewer precious metals.

An ambitious goal

The brand's own vice president says: "The use of solid-state batteries is essential and Nissan is already developing materials that do not use such expensive precious metals. In the future, this will be a major factor in reducing costs." Cheaper batteries, lighter engines and standardized models: Nissan aims to sell its battery-powered models at the same price as thermal engines.

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