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Get ready for the future! Nissan announces plans to produce electric Juke and Qashqai in Sunderland

Well well well, it seems like Nissan is getting all revved up to electrify its lineup, with plans to build electric versions of the Juke and Qashqai right here in Sunderland. And let me tell you, that’s some electrifying news indeed.

Now I know what you’re thinking. Electric cars? In Sunderland? Isn’t that where they make those tough and rugged SUVs that can conquer any terrain? Well, yes, but it looks like Nissan is ready to embrace the future and give its customers what they want – electric vehicles.

The Juke and Qashqai are already crowd favorites in the UK, and with the addition of electric powertrains, they’re set to become even more popular. I can just imagine the excitement of zipping around town in a stylish and sporty Juke, knowing that you’re not emitting any harmful greenhouse gases. It’s a win-win situation.

And let’s not forget about the Qashqai. This rugged and reliable SUV is already a top choice for families and adventurers alike. With an electric version in the works, it’s bound to attract even more attention. Imagine loading up the family and heading out on a road trip, knowing that you’re not contributing to air pollution. That’s the kind of guilt-free motoring we can all get behind.

Now, some may be skeptical about the reliability and performance of electric vehicles. But let me assure you, Nissan has been at the forefront of electric vehicle technology for quite some time now. Just look at the success of the Leaf, which has proven that electric cars can be just as capable and reliable as their traditional counterparts.

So, the prospect of electric Juke and Qashqai models rolling off the production line in Sunderland is an exciting one indeed. It’s a clear sign that Nissan is committed to embracing the future and providing its customers with cutting-edge, environmentally friendly vehicles. And I, for one, can’t wait to get behind the wheel of one of these electrifying new models.

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