As it is "a new plan" I highly doubt it's about the R110. The R110 is probably mostly software tweaks anyway with no or extremely limited hardware changes (my speculation).
CCS is a different ball game. It's not particularly hard, but integrating it in the Chamelion is a substantial job involving serious cable rerouting, new contactors and busbars, serious software overhaul. Probably a complete redesign of the PEC. And it includes a nose job too
Fantastic news they are increasing, doubling production volume and tripling motor volume. Meaning more of those will find their way in other cars.
Being a techy, I am more intrigued by the "New generation motor". Would they abandon the externally excited synchronous motor and transition to a permanent magnet one? Interesting times ahead!!
PS and unrelated: I never knew Flins assembled Micra's. I thought that was ZOE and Clio only. My bad, or it's also new info.