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Nissan’s New Global Sale Target Of ‘Over 90,000 Units’ With Its New EV Leaf Launch


09/06/2017


The company aims to sell as many as more than ninety thousand vehicles yearly from its newly released range of EV.



The Company of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd has put forth a target of selling over “90,000 units” of its “new Leaf electric vehicle” annually on a global scale.
 
The “revamped” Leaf’s supplier of battery will be “Automotive Energy Supply”, the same supplier as its “previous” Leaf’s. The newly released Leaf on Wednesday, September 06, 2017, will hitting the sale platform in Japan from October 2, 2017, while the rest of world will be selling the same sometimes early in the coming year.
 
 
References:
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