The couple, both in their 80s, were crossing Mayview Avenue in the middle of the block shortly before 8 a.m. on May 9 when they were struck by a Nissan Leaf driving west, according to the Palo Alto Police Department. The driver of the...Show More Summary
90-mile range, plus EV charging points are few and far between in Siberia.
Nissan will unveil a redesigned Leaf later this year, but the compact hatch is just one of multiple electric cars the automaker is planning. The next is likely to be a crossover SUV, Daniele Schillaci, who’s in charge of electric cars at Nissan as well as sales and marketing, told Automotive News (subscription required). “We are...
Nissan has given us our first official glimpse at its next-generation Leaf due out later this year. The teaser, the first in a series of photos Nissan will release in the lead up to the reveal of the new Leaf, gives us a look at the design of the car’s headlight which appears to feature LED projectors. Prototypes have already been spotted in...
nissan has given its first official look at the second-generation of the its leaf ev with the tagline “amazing things are worth waiting for.” but for now that’s all the japanese company has to say about its green hatch, and as is so often the case with teaser images there’s not too much to see. Show More Summary
The increased range of the 2018 Nissan LEAF is a major plus new buyers can count on — we don't know the exact range yet, but it's sure to be much higher than first-generation electric cars. It is time to compete with Chevy Bolt and Tesla...Show More Summary
Too nice-looking. Too friendly. Goofy, said critics of the Nissan Leaf’s headlights. WELL, NO MORE. Read more...
It won’t come with a minimum of 808 horsepower, nor will there be a crate to turn it into a dragster. However, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles raised the bar on how to intrigue fans (and annoy journalists) with its weekly pre-reveal teasers...Show More Summary
The new Leaf's redesigned headlights take a bit of inspiration from the bold IDS concept.
The second-generation Nissan Leaf has been teased ahead of its debut later this year. Overnight, Nissan released, what it promised would be, the first in a series of teaser images and details ahead of the car’s full unveiling later this year. Styling for the new Leaf is believed to be inspired by the 2015 IDS […]
At long last, Nissan begins the teaser campaign for its second-generation electric car.
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Norway is like a lab experiment for electric transport. Crushing the electric car market share of any other country, Norway's 30% or so EV share has been reached after more or less following the exponential growth trend that you seeShow More Summary
Driving a Nissan Leaf as a city car with short jaunts out of town is fine. I never lack range or charge for such uses, even without home charging. But what if you want to drive the Appalachians or roam a UNESCO world heritage site — for hours. Show More Summary
Nissan basically put the electric car on the map when it introduced the Nissan Leaf, but in the last few years the Leaf has been overshadowed by the arrival of newer electric cars, like the Tesla Model S and most recently, the Chevy Bolt. Show More Summary
Once upon a time, there was an epic monthly sales battle in the US between the Nissan LEAF and the Chevy Volt. They were neck and neck for ages, sometimes changing places several months in a row. Nowadays, the market is growing, andShow More Summary
With the release of the new, refreshed Nissan Leaf getting closer by the day, doing a comprehensive comparison of the two would make some sense — to help those interested in getting a Nissan LEAF decide between waiting for one of the...Show More Summary
The new EV is slated to land in 2020, while a new version of the Leaf is due this year with up to 40 percent longer range.
The Nissan Leaf has been a fading light in the electric car market, but after a few years in the dark, it will soon get a chance to shine once more. Despite a battery capacity increase in 2016 and a quarter of a million in sales since its 2010 launch, the Leaf has been in dire need of a proper trip back to the drawing board. Show More Summary