Nissan’s 100% electric LEAF is the vehicle standing proudly as a 2011 European Car of the Year. The highly-innovative, zero-emissions, affordable Nissan ride has managed to beat all 40 contenders and win motoring's most important accolade.
This year’s edition of the renowned competition marks the first time in its 47-year history that the award has gone to a pure electric vehicle. Nissan LEAF's rivals included vehicles from brands such as Alfa Romeo, Citroen, Dacia, Ford, Opel/Vauxhall and V
Nissan has officially confirmed that the production of its all-new Nissan LEAF 100% electric, zero-emission vehicle has started at the brand’s Oppama facility in Japan. Scheduled to hit the dealerships in Japan and United States from December, the eco-friendly family-sized EV will go on sale in selected markets in Europe from early 2011.
Carlos Ghosn, Nissan President and CEO stated: “This is a significant milestone, not only for Nissan and the Renault-Nissan Alliance, but also for the entire
At the forthcoming 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan is preparing “Innovation For All”, actually this is the brand’s slogan under which the Japanese will make four major product introductions – including three world premieres.
First of the four presentations will be the dramatic Nissan Ellure concept, which is about to demonstrate the automaker’s last innovations in the traditional sedan design. The show will also host the return of the Nissan Quest minivan, which vision has been fully revis
Nissan International SA informed that Leaf – Zero-emission car is priced under 30 000 Euros ( 25,641 Pounds) and it will hit the European markets in July. The company also announced specific prices for the Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, UK and Portugal.
Nissan Leaf is a compact, zero-emission five-seater, which is fully equipped and features AC, sat NAV, a parking camera, a quick charge socket and innovative smart-phone connectivity.
Simon Thomas, Senior Vice President, Sales and Market
Nissan has nominated Hawaii to be one of its initial launch markets in the U.S. for 2011. The Japanese auto manufacturer and the State of Hawaii are working on a partnership aimed to promote the development and expanding of an electric vehicle network. Thanks to this co-operation, the brand will make its highly anticipated all-electric, eco-friendly Nissan LEAF available to Hawaiian buyers.
The eco ride has been already price tagged with MSRP of $32,780. With fully eligible federal tax credit
Nissan has proudly announced that the 2011 Nissan LEAF all-electric, zero-emission ride is rendering an account of strong customers demand months before its official market launch. In response to that, Nissan of America will start a reservation process for securing a place on the list to purchase or lease a Nissan LEAF.
Scheduled for rolling out on select markets in December, and widely available in 2011, the Nissan LEAF has already attracted more than 115,000 people in the US.
The engineers and designers behind Nissan LEAF worked to create a competitively priced real-world car that would enable Nissan to lead mobility into the zero-emission era. To ensure comfort, spaciousness and cargo capacity, Nissan LEAF employs a completely new chassis and body layout.
Nissan Motor unveiled Nissan LEAF, the world’s first affordable, zero-emission car. Designed specifically for a lithium-ion battery-powered chassis, Nissan LEAF is a medium-size hatchback that comfortably seats five adults and has a range of more than 160km (100 miles) to satisfy real-world consumer requirements.
Slated for launch in late 2010 in Japan, the United States, and Europe, Nissan LEAF ushers in a new era of mobility – the zero-emission era. The car is the embodiment