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(Source: Nissan)

(Source: Nissan)

Experience Electrification In Southeast Asia With Nissan

SEA is taking an important role in driving the electrification of both production and consumption aspects.


Many countries are experiencing economic development and specifically, we can see a growing demand for personal mobility. From Nissan’s commissioned study conducted by Frost & Sullivan, “The Future of Electrified Vehicles in Southeast Asia”, over one-third (37 percent) of surveyed car drivers state they would certainly consider an electrified vehicle as their next car purchase within the next three years, while two-thirds (64 percent) of respondents across Southeast Asia say they are more willing to consider an electrified vehicle than they were five years ago.

This shows that this is the perfect time to switch to electrification when many people in ASEAN are considering their first purchase of personal mobility.

SEA’s Role In Clean Mobility Transition >> http://bitly.ws/s4ZA

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