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Anyhow, we're thinking it could be something related to the political changes that ocurred this year, since the former government was the promoter of the Electrical Mobility "new era" here, in Portugal.
This new government is focusing in a different approach (it's a completly different reality now, things have changed a lot) and, somehow, has been leaving EVs out of attention.
I understand both political rival forces, the former one by thinking Evolution is good for economy recovery and the new one, who thinks cutting expenses to the max achieves the same results.
Nissan says it doesn't need this factory anymore because the currently active ones (4) have been more than enough to meet Nissans objectives.
But everybody who is keen to the EV mobility is saying, perhaps, Nissan has lost confidence in this project, here because this new government doesn't seem to show interest.
Either way, it's very disappointing (for me, at least) being left out of this great revolution which is starting (finally) to show worldwide...