Despite the UK government's recent decision to delay the ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars until 2035, Nissan is pushing forward with plans to have its entire lineup comprised exclusively of electric cars by 2030.
If for whatever reason you’re doubting Nissan’s conviction, it’s also vowed that every new model it launches in Europe from now on will be all-electric. 
Two more EVs are already confirmed for Nissan’s European lineup, including the zero-emissions replacement for the Micra supermini that’s due to arrive sometime in 2024. The next-generation Micra will use the same platform as the reborn Renault 5 and serve as the brand’s entry-level model.

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All New Nissan Model Launches Will Be Electric In Europe

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