Nissan has shown us some teaser images for the next Nissan Micra successor, an all-electric first for the popular supermini and could potentially offer a range of more than 250 miles, all for the tidy price of only £20,000.
The new supermini will share the planned new CMF-BEV platform with their partner, Renault, and is set to be launched in 2024. This will eventually form the basis for 250,000 vehicles annually by Nissan, Renault, and Alpine brands.
The Alliance between Nissan & Renault is working with suppliers to achieve even more scale and affordability to cars like this one and says it will be able to reduce costs by 50% in 2026 and 65% by 2028, making batteries cheaper than combustion engines.
Looking at the teaser images, it's clear that it features a rounder design to the body compared to the upcoming Renaut 5, which will be launched at the same time and share the same platform, and also shows us that it features a contrast roof, circular lights and a rear that is slightly similar to the Z and Juke range from Nissan.
More information will follow once we know more.