Carlos Ghosn, Jürgen Stackmann, Ian Robertson.
“We are going to increase investment, we are going to have lot of new cars coming, better batteries, better performance, lower prices.”
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says the alliance remains invested in staying in the lead of the electric car market. This comes as Ghosn announced that Renault-Nissan has sold 400,000 electric cars worldwide, since the Leaf launched in December 2010.
“We are exploring on our electric platform all the concepts that could be done.”
Volkswagen sales and marketing boss Jürgen Stackmann says we will see two or three more concepts based on the VW I.D. in the coming months, that could make it to production after the initial VW I.D. launches in 2020.
“Success of our electrified vehicles shows we are already well on track, and our message is clear. We intend to remain at the forefront of electro-mobility.”
BMW Board Member Ian Robertson says the carmaker’s plug-in portfolio is critical, saying BMW aims to sell 100,000 electrified vehicles in 2017.