Starting February 5, 2018, Nissan Futures will be gathering industry leaders, media, and government officials in Singapore to discuss plans and solutions for mobility in expanding markets.
The fourth edition of Nissan Futures will focus on Asia and Oceania under the theme “The future of mobility – electrification and beyond.” Conversations will center on how new mobility solutions can help tackle challenges such as pollution, urbanization, and congestion. Through Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility vision, they are well equipped to deal with matters regarding autonomy, electrification, and connectivity.
Nissan is committed to delivering smarter, safer, sustainable mobility solutions for the future. But we can’t drive the future of mobility alone. Exchanging insights between public and private stakeholders – like we do at Nissan Futures – helps create a common understanding of the path ahead and fosters collaboration
During Nissan Futures, Frost & Sullivan will reveal the findings of a Nissan-commissioned study on the future of electric vehicles in Southeast Asia. The study’s consumer research in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, and the Philippines sheds light on demand for electric vehicles, motivating factors for buyers, and barriers to adoption. Nissan Futures will run from the 5th of February up to the 7th, 2018, at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
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