Convert 2 EV Review – How to Build an Electric Car on Your Own – Guide Review

Would you like to find out more about the Convert 2 EV guide and how you can build your own electric car with it? With a series of batteries attached to a switch connected to an electric motor, it is possible to power your car with electric easily.

1. What Are The Benefits Of Using Convert 2 EV To Make An Electric Car?

Electrical cars can provide the driver with a better handling and driving experience due to their lowered center of gravity. There are also other advantages of an electric car, like being easier to go past steep inclines, sharp turns and climbing curbs. An electric car is able to maintain an almost continuous torque even if its speed is slower.

2. How Does The Convert 2 EV Guide Work?

This guide explains fully how the car is going to be powered by electricity. You will learn how the system controls the electricity amount flowing into the motor and gear system that eventually drives the wheels. This is how the car is propelled into motion by electricity. There are also electric cars that make use of solar energy, turning it into electricity.

3. My Experience With Converting An Electric Car

Using the Convert 2 EV Guide has helped me understand the entire procedure of converting my own electric car, and allowed me to do it very easily even though I have very little mechanical knowledge about cars. All that is required for conversion is a frame, an electrical “on and off” switch, an electric motor, a car battery and some parts that are easily available in stores.

Nissan Motors

Nissan Motors was founded in 1932 by Kenjiro Den, Rokuro Aoyama, Meitaro Takeuchi and Yoshisuke Aikawa. The company is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The current president, CEO and co-chair is Carlos Ghosn. Nissan employs over 185,000 people and the company’s revenue reached $88 billion in 2007. 44.4% of Nissan is owned by Renault S.A. of France as of the 2008 calendar year but have been in an alliance together since 1999. Nissan formerly manufactured vehicles under the name of Datsun. Nissan is the third largest vehicle manufacturer in Japan and also manufactures Infiniti luxury vehicles.

Datsun was first established as a vehicle manufacturer in 1914 and the Nissan brand name wasn’t used on vehicles until the 1930s. Since the company’s inception there have been more than a handful of presidents and CEOs of the company:

o 1933-1939 Yoshisuke Aikawa
o 1939-1942 Masasuke Murakami
o 1942-1944 Genshichi Asahara
o 1944-1945 Haruto Kudo
o 1945 Takeshi Murayama
o 1945-1947 Souji Yamamoto
o 1947-1951 Taichi Minoura
o 1951-1957 Genshichi Asahara
o 1957-1973 Katsuji Kawamata
o 1973-1977 Tadahiro Iwakoshi
o 1977-1985 Takashi Ishihara
o 1985-1992 Yutaka Kume
o 1992-1996 Yoshifume Tsuji
o 1996-2000 Yoshikazu Hanawa
o 2000-present Carlos Ghosn

The presidents and CEOs of Nissan have helped develop the company into one of the top vehicle manufacturing companies in the world and they continue that tradition today. Nissan manufactures and distributes sports cars, compact cars and heavy duty pickup trucks across the world.

Per Nissan’s website, the company has tons of manufacturing plants across the globe. They are located in:

o Japan
- Oppama, Yokosuka, Kanagawa (Oppama Plant & Research Center)
- Kaminokawa, Tochigi (Tochigi Plant)
- Kanda, Fukuoka (Kyushu Plant)
- Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa (Yokohama Plant)
- Iwaki, Fukushima (Iwaki Plant)
- Hiratsuka, Kanagawa (Nissan Shatai Shonan Plant)
- Nagoya, Aichi (Aichi Machine Industry Atsuta & Eitoku Plants)
- Matsusaka, Mie (Aichi Machine Industry Matsusaka Plant)
- Tsu, Mie (Aichi Machine Industry Tsu Plant)
- Uji, Kyoto (Auto Works Kyoto)
- Ageo, Saitama (Nissan Diesel Motor, currently owned by the Volvo Group)
- Samukawa, Kanagawa (Nissan Kohki)
- Zama, Kanagawa (Zama Plant closed in 1995, currently Global Production Engineering Center and storage unit for its historic models)

o Brazil
- São José dos Pinhais, Paraná

o Indonesia
- Cikampek, West Java

o Iran
- Karaj, Tehran

o Malaysia
- Segambut, Kuala Lumpur
- Serendah, Selangor

o Mexico
- Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
- Cuernavaca, CIVAC

o Philippines
- Santa Rosa City, Laguna

o South Africa
- Rosslyn

o Spain
- Barcelona
- Ávila

o Thailand
- Bangna, Samutprakarn

o Taiwan
- Taipei

o United Kingdom
- Sunderland, North East

o United States
- Smyrna, Tennessee
- Canton, Mississippi
- Decherd, Tennessee

Nissan Motors plans to begin selling electric cars in the year 2012 and has been trying to develop Hybrid cars and Hybrid motor parts for the past couple of years. Nissan feels that the development of their own electric car and the growing popularity for alternatively propelled cars will make their endeavor a success. The idea for the company to produce an electric car came from current company president and CEO Carlos Ghosn.