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Nissan’s Lithium-ion Battery Costs Less Than $370 per kilowatt-hour

Nissan’s Lithium-ion Battery Costs Less Than $370 per kilowatt-hour

The leaf electric cars by Nissan Motor Co. will be soon come in market, which aim to cut the cost of the vehicle's lithium-ion battery pack to less than $370 per kilowatt-hour to make a profit from the model. The target is compared with the Japanese government's industry wide estimate of about 150,000 yen ($1,600) per kilowatt-hour.

Nissan's Leaf Electric Vehicle Launched

Nissan's Leaf Electric Vehicle Launched

On Thursday Nissan Motor Co said that its Leaf electric vehicle was on track to book 25,000 U. S. orders by the end of the year. It is assumed that the company would be making money from the green car.

It was noticed that around 8,000 U. S. reservations had been made by Nissan for its hatchback. In December this model would go on sale in the United States.

LEAF to be Sold by Nissan in Japan for $40,000

LEAF to be Sold by Nissan in Japan for $40,000

Nissan Motor Co. has officially announced that LEAF, the company's new electric car, will be sold across Japan for 3.76 Million Yen ($40,000), and while the quoted price makes the vehicle less expensive than the other zero-emission vehicles offered, it is still much costly for many drivers who might also be put off by the LEAF's limited range.

Nissan to take orders for its 3.76 million yen-priced ‘all-electric’ Leaf from April 1

Nissan to take orders for its 3.76 million yen-priced ‘all-electric’ Leaf from A

In a Tuesday announcement, Japan's third-ranking auto-maker Nissan Motor Co. revealed that it will commence taking domestic orders for its 'all-electric' Leaf hatchback from April 1; and will begin selling the electric car in December this year.

Nissan Reveals Japanese Price of Leaf, Looking to Sell Vehicle Starting 3.76 Million Yen

Nissan Reveals Japanese Price of Leaf, Looking to Sell Vehicle Starting 3.76 Mil

It has been seen lately that there has been a rise in the subprime mortgage securities whereas US has started to encourage reduction to homeowners balance. This may help in finishing house slumps faster and decrease the number of foreclosures.

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