Smaller than the Leaf, Nissan’s Micra successor will be an electric car
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As can be seen from the video, the overall shape of the new car adopts a lovely design style, with a large number of circular elements used in the front and rear lighting groups, especially in the dark, which is highly recognizable.As can be seen from the side view, the new car adopts the design of short front and rear suspension, and the overall looks more capable.The roof and rear spoiler have a bright black design, and the wheel ridersmay also be light-emitting.The new car will be based on Renault-Nissan’s CMF B-EV platform and offer a range of up to 248 miles.The successor to the Micra will be designed by Nissan, but designed in France by Renault and built in Renault’s new ElectriCity manufacturing centre.Ashwani Gupta, Nissan’s chief operating officer, said: “The all-new model will be designed and built by Nissan and Renault using our new universal platform to maximise our alliance assets while maintaining its Nissan identity.”The announcement of Micra’s successor is part of the alliance of Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi’s strategy 2030, which will introduce 35 new electric models by 2030.