Nissan is undergoing exciting improvements at its Mississippi, United States (US), manufacturing facility.

It is spending $500 million to make it a significant hub for EV manufacturing in North America.

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The factory has been producing gasoline-powered vehicles since 2003. However, it will now concentrate on producing EVs.

Nissan intends to begin producing a variety of various EVs by the middle of the 2020s for its Nissan and Infiniti brands.

Nissan's EV strategy is anticipated to be centered on the Canton facility in Mississippi for the next five to six year.

The business will introduce new technology.

Nissan already has EV manufacturing experience thanks to the successful debut of the Leaf hatchback more than ten years ago.

The network of charging stations and associated technologies that make it possible for electric vehicles to be recharged are referred to as EV charging infrastructure.