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Nissan will invest $1.4 billion to make EV versions of its best-selling cars at its UK factory

  • Nissan will manufacture electric versions of its Qashqai and Juke models at its Sunderland plant, safeguarding thousands of jobs.
  • The investment decision will involve significant government funding guarantees, although upfront taxpayer cash is unclear.
  • Nissan aims to electrify its entire European passenger car lineup by 2030, supporting the UK's economy and clean energy sectors.
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