CEO of The automaker, Carlos Ghosn, presented Friday, strategic plan of alliance of automobile due 2022, which provides for twelve models 100 % electric.Renault-Nissan expects to sell 14 million vehicles per year in 2022, an increase of some 40 % in six years, announced Friday, September 15, its CEO, Carlos Ghosn, introducing strategic plan of alliance of automobile at this time.
Recently joined by Mitsubishi, alliance franco-japanese company also wants to double its " synergies ", that is to say, savings arising from sharing of common functions between companies, 10 billion euros in six years, said Mr. Ghosn, during a press conference in Paris.
The 14 million units at horizon 2022 are expected to represent a combined turnover of 240 billion dollars (201 billion euros), has exposed Mr. Ghosn. Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi have sold nearly 10 million vehicles in 2016, and Mr. Ghosn has estimated that se sales would be approximately 10.5 million units this year. He dismissed idea of a consolidation of alliance or strengning of cross-shareholdings between its members, explaining that strategic plan would take place by " respecting identities of companies ".Twelve new models 100 % electric
on technology Side, Renault-Nissan plans to market twelve new models of vehicles are "100 % electric" by 2022, said Mr Ghosn, saying wanting to "maintain leadership" of alliance in area at time where ads of competition to multiply.
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He felt, without wanting to commit to firm targets, that "more than 20 % of sales of alliance ser[iea]nt electrified" by 2022, thus including electric, but also hybrid (fuel / electricity).
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at same time, Renault-Nissan has ambition to develop forty models equipped with technology of autonomous control and become an 'operator of services mobility on demand by robot vehicles," said alliance. Asked about his own role in implementation of this plan, Mr. Ghosn, 63-year-old, said he had " intention to execute plan as this will have[it] makes sense," without more details.