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Nissan to Announce its Long-Term Vision Plans Next Week

The Alliance with Renault is finally doing well, and Nissan is ready to share its vision of its future


  • The event takes place on November 29, 2021, at 10:00 JST.

  • No details have been shared but the plan will surely involve more EVs.


Nissan was the first automaker to globally introduce and launch an electric vehicle. It was almost exactly 11 years ago that the Japanese car company made the bold move and essentially started a movement of its own. Now, Nissan is about to tell us what’s next.

The ensuing 2010s were rough around the edges in some regards for Nissan but today, things are looking up. About 18 months ago, Nissan introduced the Ariya, their first all-electric SUV, and most recently, pricing and ordering information was announced.

As promising as the Ariya might be, one electric vehicle is not quite enough to face and deal with a market that is slowly but surely converging towards EVs. Although it’s not mentioned, we expect that Nissan will share details on new EV plans this weekend.

Nissan will announce its long-term vision on November 29, 2021 at 10:00 JST (Sunday, November 28, 2021 08:00 – 08:45 PM (ET)). Chief Executive Officer, Makoto Uchida and Chief Operating Officer, Ashwani Gupta will present Nissan’s future ambition and the strategic initiatives to deliver this.

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2021 Nissan LEAF | Photo: Nissan

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