Honda and Nissan collaborate on electric vehicle and intelligence technology development


Honda and Nissan collaborate on electric vehicle and intelligence technology development

Nissan and Honda have recently announced that they will be collaborating on the development of electric vehicles and auto intelligence technology to leverage their resources in a sector where Japanese automakers have lagged behind. The CEOs of Nissan Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co. held a joint press conference in Tokyo to unveil their plans to explore potential areas for collaboration in electrification and the use of intelligent cars.

This non-binding agreement between the second and third largest automakers in Japan signals a shift towards the development of electric vehicles, focusing on batteries and motors, in response to growing concerns about emissions and climate change. The global automotive industry is transitioning towards a future that is centered around electric vehicles, leaving behind traditional gas engines.

The Japanese automakers have faced challenges in keeping up with competitors like Tesla, as they have historically focused on combustion engine products, rather than electric vehicles. By joining forces, Nissan and Honda aim to strengthen their positions in the market and accelerate the development of innovative technologies that will shape the future of transportation.

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