Nissan has announced that total worldwide sales of its EVs have surpassed one million. The company’s biggest seller, the Nissan LEAF, which was introduced in 2010, has sold more than 650,000 units in approximately 50 markets concentrated in Japan, the US and Europe.
Other Nissan EVs include the Sakura minivehicle and the Ariya crossover, both launched in 2022. The Ariya features the company’s e-4ORCE all-wheel control and ProPILOT 2.0 driver support.
Cumulative EV sales as of June 30 of this year are 320,000 in Europe, 230,000 in Japan, 230,000 in China, 210,000 in North America and 10,000 in other regions.
The company plans to launch 19 new EV models by fiscal year 2030 and to offer EVs by 2028 that are powered by all-solid-state batteries developed in-house.