Members of world’s leading automotive alliances announce common pure electric vehicles roadmap

Renault Group, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, the members of one of the world’s leading automotive alliances, announced common projects and actions to accelerate and to shape their shared future towards 2030, focusing on the mobility value chain. A year and a half after announcing its new cooperation business model to support member-company competitiveness and profitability, the Alliance is now based on solid foundations, benefits from an efficient operational governance organization and from intensified as well as flexible cooperation.

Continuing the Leader-Follower scheme defined in May 2020, select technology is developed by one leading team with the support of the followers, thereby allowing each member of the Alliance to access all the key technologies.

The Alliance has defined a common 2030 roadmap on pure-EV and Intelligent & Connected mobility, sharing investments for the benefits of its three-member companies and their customers.

  • The 2030 roadmap focuses on pure electric vehicles and connected mobility.
  • Aims to enhance usage of common platforms to reach 80% in 2026.
  • Mitsubishi Motors to reinforce presence in Europe with two new models based on Renault best-sellers.
  • To invest 23 B€ in the next five years to support its offensive strategy in electrification.
  • With 35 new EV cars in 2030, proposes the largest global EV offer, based on the five common EV platforms.
  • Nissan unveils an all-new EV based on the CMF-BEV Alliance platform to replace the Micra in Europe; vehicle planned to be manufactured at Renault ElectriCity, the electric industrial center in Northern France.
  • Reinforces common battery strategy aiming to secure a global 220 GWh production capacity by 2030.
  • Nissan to lead development of breakthrough all-solid-state battery technology to benefit all members.
  • Renault to lead development on common centralized electrical and electronic architecture and will launch the first full software defined vehicle by 2025.

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