Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance: at least 30 new electric cars by 2030

Over the next five years, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance plans to invest $23 billion (20.36 billion euros) with the aim of expanding the range of electric vehicles and launching more than 30 new zero-emissions models by 2030.   The news was released by Reuters in the last hours, predicting some details about the Alianza al 2030 strategy will be presented in full on Thursday, January 27.  Five new platforms for almost the entire EV lineup The three carmakers, who have already spent €10bn on projects related to the electrification of the range, are reportedly looking to showcase their shared vision for connected mobility and electrification.  This will happen through the development of five new platforms that will be able to be used by 90% of electric cars in the coming years and in any case by the end of the decade.  At the moment, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has already developed four platforms, including the CMF-EV, which is the basis for the Renault Megane e-Tech, Dacia Spring and Nissan Aria. On the other hand, the future CMFB-EV is expected to arrive in mid-2025 and will be used for the Nissan Micra EV, the alleged Renault 5 and Renault 4L-inspired SUVs.  Investment in battery production In addition to the development of new electric vehicles, the Alliance to 2030 strategy should include investments in battery production in France, China, the United Kingdom and Japan, with the aim of reaching a capacity of 220 GWh in 2030.

Over the next five years, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance plans to invest $23 billion (20.36 billion euros) with the aim of expanding the range of electric vehicles and launching more than 30 new zero-emissions models by 2030.

The news was released by Reuters in the last hours, predicting some details about the Alianza al 2030 strategy will be presented in full on Thursday, January 27.

Five new platforms for almost the entire EV lineup

The three carmakers, who have already spent €10bn on projects related to the electrification of the range, are reportedly looking to showcase their shared vision for connected mobility and electrification.

This will happen through the development of five new platforms that will be able to be used by 90% of electric cars in the coming years and in any case by the end of the decade.

At the moment, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has already developed four platforms, including the CMF-EV, which is the basis for the Renault Megane e-Tech, Dacia Spring and Nissan Aria. On the other hand, the future CMFB-EV is expected to arrive in mid-2025 and will be used for the Nissan Micra EV, the alleged Renault 5 and Renault 4L-inspired SUVs.

Investment in battery production

In addition to the development of new electric vehicles, the Alliance to 2030 strategy should include investments in battery production in France, China, the United Kingdom and Japan, with the aim of reaching a capacity of 220 GWh in 2030.

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