Geely seems to be going full steam ahead with its electrification as it plans to launch a new brand for its upcoming EV pickup truck.
This is what the future of Nissan vehicles in the Philippines could look like as the Japanese brand further pushes for electrification.
Nissan seeks to up its electrification game with the introduction of this new technology into the Philippine market.
It looks like the American brand is doubling down on its efforts for electrification as it announces two more crossovers to join its future electric vehicle lineup.
A sustainable and electric future, anyone?
Affordable electrification without sacrificing the luxurious amenities?
The brand has been investing a lot of money in its electrification projects.
Electrification is coming to the most popular F-series truck from the Blue Oval.
It seems like the Japanese brand is slowly transitioning into investing in electric mobility for its future lineup of vehicles.
Nissan pushes forward with the electrification of mobility by recycling old Nissan LEAF battery packs for their automated guided vehicles.
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Rebranding for the American brand starts with a new logo and a new website as well.
By this, we assume that its local launch might happen anytime soon.
We answer some of your questions about how a hybrid drivetrain system works.
Nissan believes that the Philippines is ready for electric vehicles, set to bring the LEAF next year.
Toyota and Subaru are collaborating once again to bring a BEV to market in the future.
With other brands benchmarking EVs, the country’s no.1 brand is keeping it real with HEVs.
Toyota will be holding an HEV Conference on May 29, 2019 to increase people’s awareness toward the cumulative benefits of hybrid cars.
The C-HR, IZOA, and Rhombus EV concepts were unveiled at the 2019 Auto Shanghai.
Honda’s move to close down two of its European headquarters is connected to electrification of its lineup.
The Department of Transportation conducted a workshop concerning the low carbon urban transport system program partly-funded by UNDP.