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Nissan Commits to Formula E GEN4, Reinforcing Its Ambition 2030 Electrification Plans

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Nissan announced its commitment to the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship until at least 2030, reinforcing its Ambition 2030 electrification plans. Running from Season 13 (2026/27) to Season 16 (2029/30), Formula E’s GEN4 technology will be the most advanced yet.

This decision will see Nissan’s involvement in Formula E stretch to at least 12 years, making it the company’s longest motorsport commitment to an FIA World Championship.

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With Formula E providing the perfect environment for Nissan to develop its electric vehicle technology and test itself against the toughest competition, this agreement marks yet another milestone towards Nissan’s Ambition 2030—a long-term plan to become a truly electrified car manufacturer.

The program places electrification at the core of the company’s long-term strategy and will see Nissan introduce 34 electrified models between fiscal year 2024 and 2030 to cover all segments, with the model mix of electrified vehicles expected to account for 40% globally by fiscal year 2026 and rise to 60% by the end of the decade.

GEN4 technology will include features such as enhanced energy efficiency with a regeneration capacity up to 700kW, an increased power output up to 600kW, and safety innovations, representing a significant step forward in electric vehicle racing technology.

Since joining the sport ahead of Season 5, Nissan has been dedicated to continuously growing its Formula E operations as it strives for further success. This includes the recent move of the Nissan Formula E Team headquarters to the Paris area, which has allowed access to the best facilities possible.

As a global brand, Nissan operates in every country on the current Formula E calendar and uses the series to promote EV technology across the world. In addition, Nissan also has several Research & Development centers across 16 markets, multiple production plants in 13 markets, and design studios in 5 markets, supporting the major presence the brand has in the territories visited by the series.

Source from Green Car Congress

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