7. Pierre Loing CAR Conference Presentation

Report
EV in South Africa:
the future is today
Pierre Loing
Vice President
Product Planning &
Zero Emission BU
Nissan International SA
Agenda
1
NISSAN’S APPROACH TO ZERO EMISSION
2
GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
3
NISSAN LEAF
4
LAUNCH PLANS & OWNERSHIP BENEFITS
Debates about EV
Global warming and CO2
Nissan’s approach to environment
2050
- 90% CO2
Technology on Internal Combustion Engine
< 130g CO2
Continuously Variable Transmission
DIG-S 95g CO2
Nissan Hybrids
1999
2006
2010
Fuel-cell
Compact battery
Inverter
Traction motor
Fuel cell stack
Hydrogen
storage cylinder
How clean are EVs?
Tank-to-wheel energy conversion rate %
100
80
60
40
20
0
Advanced
petrol engine
Clean diesel
Nissan
original hybrid
Nissan
fuel-cell vehicle
Electric vehicle
How clean are EVs?
Well-to-wheel CO2 emission reductions by powertrain
100%
80%
60%
40%
Renewable
Electricity
20%
0%
Internal Combustion
Hybrid-Electric
Electric Car
Is the technology ready?
1947
1996
1999
2005
Tama
Prairie Joy
Hyper mini
Pivo
2007
2009
2010
2011
Mixim
EV Tiida prototype
LEAF
ESFLOW
Nissan’s Advanced Lithium-ion battery
Compact
Powerful
Durable
Safe
Strategic joint ventures on battery technology
Material
Cell
Module
Pack
Vehicle
Second life
“Second-life” for EV batteries
Recycle
Refabricate
Reuse
Resell
The time has arrived for EV
95g CO2
BY
2020
Agenda
1
NISSAN’S APPROACH TO ZERO EMISSION
2
GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
3
NISSAN LEAF
4
LAUNCH PLANS & OWNERSHIP BENEFITS
Holistic approach to Zero Emission Mobility
Fleets
Governments
Standards
Utilities
Network
IT
Technologies
Global partnerships
100+
UK DK
NL Germany
France Italy
Portugal Spain
Israel
Canada
Washington
Ireland
Tennessee
California
North
Carolina
China
Japan
Hong Kong
Mexico
Singapore
30
Brazil
Australia
Argentina
10
2008
New
Zealand
2009
Today
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is ready for mass marketing
500,000 batteries*
5 battery plants (Alliance)
3 assembly plants (Nissan)
* production capacity per year from 2015
Agenda
1
NISSAN’S APPROACH TO ZERO EMISSION
2
GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
3
NISSAN LEAF
4
LAUNCH PLANS & OWNERSHIP BENEFITS
Nissan LEAF
Nissan LEAF
5-SEATER HATCHBACK
TORQUE 280Nm
POWER 80kW
CONNECTED MOBILITY
RANGE 175km
TOP SPEED 145km/h
REGENERATIVE BRAKING
AFFORDABLE
QUIET
EASY TO MAINTAIN
24kW/h ADVANCED
LITHIUM-ION BATTERY
2 Charging modes
Home charging
Charging network
Destination charging
Short distance
Normal charging
95%
Round trip
Normal & quick charging
Pathway charging
Long distance
Quick charging
Nissan’s breakthrough Quick Charging technology
A new driving experience
Enough range for more than 80% of daily trips
Advanced IT to manage range anxiety
World and European Car of the Year 2011
A real car, no compromise
Cold weather
Bumps
High Pressure Washing
Flooded Road
5 stars rating from Euro NCAP
Agenda
1
NISSAN’S APPROACH TO ZERO EMISSION
2
GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
3
THE NISSAN LEAF
4
LAUNCH PLANS & OWNERSHIP BENEFITS
Nissan LEAF, the world’s best selling EV
More than 15,000 LEAF sold
~ €30,000 in Europe
including battery, after incentives
Nissan LEAF, a competitive mobility solution
Government
subsidies
Fuel cost,
maintenance…
CO2 Tax
Vehicle price
C-SEGMENT
Fuel cost,
maintenance…
Electricity cost,
maintenance…
CO2 Tax
Vehicle price
Vehicle price
HYBRID
NISSAN LEAF
Technology
improvement
Electricity cost,
maintenance…
Vehicle price
MASS EVs
Nissan LEAF, a competitive mobility solution
 Energy savings for Nissan LEAF up to €800 per year*!
Nissan
LEAF
Family Car
1.5 Diesel
Family Car
2.0 Petrol
Energy cost /
100 km*
€ 2.07
€ 7.7
€ 10.4
Annual budget
(15,000 km/year)*
€ 306
€ 1,155
€ 1,556
 Maintenance costs 15% lower than conventional car
* UK business case
Additional Benefits of Nissan for EV’ owners
Access to
city centres
Use of
bus lanes
Dedicated public
parking places

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