The Nissan Leaf has been named 2011 European Car of the Year and is the first electric vehicle to do so–narrowly beating out Alfa Romeo and Opel contenders.
The electric Nissan Leaf has been given a 99 miles per gallon equivalent rating by the EPA, answering a big question about how to compare EVs to regular cars.
Nissan will be installing 150 charging stations for customer use at dealerships carrying the all-electric Leaf in select target markets across the country.
Nissan plans to install in the Leaf an advanced information system which will work both in car and remotely to optimize the electric car driving experience.
ECOtality showed where it will concentrate 1,200 electric-vehicle charging stations in the state of Washington, and emphasized its support for the Nissan Leaf.
Nissan has officially entered production on its Leaf electric car, opening up a new chapter in efforts to bring EVs into greater use by the general population.
It’s a five-seat vehicle, but the swooshing depiction released by the Nissan’s luxury brand leaves much about the zero-emissions car to the imagination.
The Nissan Townpod electric vehicle concept, unveiled at the Paris Auto Show, splits the line between sophisticated urban vehicle and light commercial van.
Nissan has hit the 20,000 reservation mark for its upcoming Leaf electric vehicle three months ahead of schedule, foreshadowing how much demand is out there.
The state of Hawaii and Nissan North America have announced an agreement that will bring the price of the new Nissan Leaf to as low as $20,780 via incentives.