Shot inside Nissan’s herb in Oppama, Japan, plus GMs Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant reflects the production of the # keyword # LEAF and Chevrolet Voltage in detail.
Assembling the # keyword # LEAF
Nissan LEAF’s lithium-ion power supply modules are manufactured on the Automotive Energy Offer Corporation operation with Zama, Japan, which is a joint-venture connected with Nissan and NEC. Electric battery module, which contains 4 battery cells, usually are assembled at Zama then shipped to the Car Oppama facility, where 24 of them are assembled into your electric car’s electric battery.
Assembling the Chevrolet Volt
The Volts building process on its own was first developed trapped on video tape at GMs Warren technical center where the 80 IV (integration vehicles) were created.
At peak production Detroit-Hamtramck putting your unit together plant is capable of creating 200,000 motor vehicles per year. GM features projected a construction limit of 50,1000 to 60,000 cars per year in the beginning.