Nissan goes 180 degrees to develop own hybrid technology
Now it looks like Nissan is further embracing the trend. According to Bloomberg, Nissan is now developing its own battery, inverter and motor for its future vehicles. Mitsuhiko Yamashita, executive vice president of Nissan, states the new components will provide nearly double the output of today’s current hybrid technology. However, states Bloomberg, the technology will not available until 2009 at the earliest.
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