Nissan readying four new EV models, more widespread inductive charging
Automotive News spoke with Carla Bailo, senior vice president for research and development at Nissan Americas, and learned that a total of five Nissan EVs are in the works. No announcements were made as to which ones are on the drawing board – could it be a sports car like the Esflow? Or something like the Land Glider concept (pictured) – but that these future EVs will come bearing inductive charging (just like that Infiniti EV, we've heard). In other words, the previously only-for-luxury-buyers wireless technology could someday soon be seen on a mass market Nissan EV. When? No clue, since Bailo just said, "The other [EVs] will come in due time." We'll keep waiting, and probably hearing more rumors along these lines while we do.
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