Nissan North America's senior vice president of research and development has revealed the automaker will soon offer five electric vehicles.

Nissan North America's senior vice president of research and development has revealed the automaker will soon offer five electric vehicles.

Speaking to Automotive News, Carla Bailo said "We haven't announced what models they will be, but we have plans for five." She declined to say when the models would be introduced but confirmed they will feature an inductive charging system that will allow owners to recharge the batteries wirelessly. Nissan reportedly sees the technology as a game changer as the executive promised that "Once that technology is ready, we will use it across our brands."

As you may recall, Nissan Executive Vice President Andy Palmer recently confirmed Infiniti would delay their upcoming electric vehicle to incorporate "interesting advances in electric technology" including inductive charging.

Be part of something big