The blog of a Climate Change believer who worked for NISSAN Execs whistle-blew on EV fraud: in 2009 Sharyn learned NISSAN's cashflow problem led Carlos Ghosn's execs to seek American money to build an EV w/90's tech NISSAN previously deemed a failure, the Billion+ dollars was a secret bailout of a foreign company,
Sharyn was already angry NISSAN discriminated, in 2006 women in management at NNA 20.9% dropped to 10% in 2009 the year Sharyn Bovat whistle-blew to Carlos Tavares
Monday, April 8, 2013
Why are Almost 30% of the NISSAN Leafs Sold in Denmark on the Resale Market? Maybe The Outdated Battery Does NOT Do Well There?
Nissan Leaf Flounders in Denmark as Ghosn’s Electric Car Predictions Still Off
Back in 2009, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn had boldly predicted that electric cars would be the next ubiquitous automotive trend, in his words, the “next Ford ModelT.” The executive had even predicted that Denmark and other countries would be among those early and eager adopters of the electric car revolution, one that has yet to take place in earnest. This prediction had further gone on to state that by the time the 2010s are over, 10 percent of all cars sold would be electric vehicles. However, the figures are in, and Ghosn’s prediction sounds terribly off – the Nissan Leaf has sold only 73 units in Denmark last year.
Investors are being a bit skeptical as well, disappointed with Nissan's EV sales so far. "When we see this situation of Nissan missing targets in several markets, the atmosphere of trust has begun to deteriorate a little," said Takashi Aoki, a Tokyo-based fund manager at Mizuho Asset Management Co. "As long as Ghosn meets profit targets, investors won't fret."