Nissan and Infiniti revealed some important tram plans for the United States Both brands will introduce new electric models, and both will be manufactured at Nissan’s plant in Canton, Miss. Factory is currently under construction Altima, Border and Titan but Nissan will invest $500 million to upgrade the factory and train employees to produce electric vehicles.
The two brands have also revealed their new models. The Nissan was more assertive, showing only an obscured front three-quarters shot. Apparently it’s inspired by Nissan Ariyathough, based on the smooth nose and headlight design. Infiniti doesn’t show much in its teaser image, but a teaser video shows it will in fact be a sedan. It’s a surprising decision considering the continued popularity of SUVs. The car looks as curvy as any Infiniti, and it has waterfall-style lighting bars up front.
Production of these models won’t begin until 2025, so it could be a while before we actually see what they look like. In fact, we may not see them until late 2023 or 2024. These two models are part of the series. Nissan plans to introduce 23 electric car models by 2030with 15 of them fully electric.