Nissan CEO Hints At Major Announcement At CES 2017

Posted: Dec 17 2016, 12:03pm CST | by , in News | CES

 

Nissan CEO Hints at Major Announcement at CES 2017
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  • Ghosn Hints at the CES 2017 reveal of Nissan
 

Nissan’s big reveal might be the new battery of Leaf

Nissan’s famous electric vehicle is coming again in the market in a few weeks showcasing its second generation vehicles. The company ha high hopes from this vehicle as Leaf was one of the highly sold vehicles of year 2016 and especially if you consider the EVs as well.

Being a practice one with high mileage and a great price tag has made Nissan Leaf a favorite for every EV lover. The company is now going to launch the second generation of Nissan Leaf in a few weeks.

We have been hearing news about the different facts that this car might have a new kind of battery that will be larger in size and will surely be more powerful.

A more powerful battery will mean that mileage of the EV will be much better than earlier model. It was expected that it will come with an extended range of 400 kilometers which equals roughly to 250 miles but now it looks like that the customers will find some kind of disappointment in terms of mileage.

On Friday, CEO of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn gave many hints away about the Nissan participation in CES 2017. The consumer’s electronics show 2017 will be held from January 4th, 2017 in Las Vegas.

According to Forbes, Ghosn said that he is not going to state the product that will be launching in CES 2017 from the platform of Nissan. He said that he wants everyone to go and attend the CES event in order to learn about the things that will be unfolded.

He said that his presentation at CES 2017 will reveal that Nissan is working pretty hard on technology and how its products are getting the best kind of technology development that is available in market.

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