Nissan LEAF owners love their LEAFs. I know through experience that this is true. How nice it is that due to the efforts of Nissan innovators, the 2018 Nissan LEAF is now recognized and awarded internationally just like its original incarnation was. Show More Summary
Our EV charging conference last week delayed my monthly US electric car sales report, but the day has arrived. Naturally, Tesla Model 3 bottlenecks are a bummer, so my Model 3 estimate is moderate. Meanwhile, estimates for the Tesla Model S and Tesla Model X put these vehicles at #2 and #3. And the car that really stole the show in October was the Chevy Bolt
Recently, I conducted an interview with Daniele Schillaci, Nissan's EVP of Global Sales & Marketing, for CleanTechnica. Danielle reveals a little more about the new 2018 Nissan LEAF and its different design
A first spin in the second-generation of Nissan's pioneering electric hatch Read more
Nissan has now received more than 9,000 orders for the new, refreshed all-electric LEAF in Japan, a senior exec revealed on Wednesday at the Tokyo Motor Show. That figure apparently represents demand well above expectations, according to the senior exec in question
Nissan’s decision to launch the first Leaf electric car way back in 2009 was akin to a military leader from ancient history dashing into the fray of battle without ensuring his soldiers were following close behind. Here the company was, rolling out a mainstream EV across the world before most rival carmakers had so much […]
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I met a super early Tesla Model S concept test driver and now Tesla Model S owner at a charging station recently. Curious to see the reactions of a Tesla driver on his first time in a LEAF, I invited him for a trial run
Leaf sales are exceeding expectations. Continue reading New Nissan Leaf sales are off to great start New Nissan Leaf sales are off to great start originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 27 Oct 2017 10:20:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Nissan finds recognition once again in the UK. It has been acknowledged for the amazing zero emissions EV the LEAF is. The Nissan LEAF has won the "Best Used Green Car" award in 2016 for the second year in a row
At the Tokyo Motor Show, the second generation of the world's best-selling EV gains improved handling and more aggressive visuals.
Nissan’s latest electric vehicle concept aims for crossover appeal, with a design that goes well beyond the Nissan Leaf in terms of aggressive styling and visual appeal. The IMx also focuses on self-driving technologies, and on learning...Show More Summary
The Nissan iMx electric SUV concept is on display at the Tokyo motor show this week. It sits on a new chassis that shares no components with the LEAF sedan.
Nissan slaps the Nismo treatment on everything from the Nissan Leaf to the Serena minivan, "even without any great performance boost." Continue reading Nissan makes everything a Nismo — but why? Nissan makes everything a Nismo — but why? originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 25 Oct 2017 08:50:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Just last month, Nissan revealed the near future of its electric program when it detailed the second-generation Leaf. Now it dives deeper into the electrified future, dazzling Tokyo Motor Show attendees with the IMx, an all-electricShow More Summary
The electric hatchback gets juiced with high-performance bodywork and suspension.
Autonomous long-range crossover packs wraparound OLED dashboard and can be used as a mobile power station.
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It's that time of the year, and the offers are rolling in. The 2018 Nissan LEAF is decidedly different from what we have seen in earlier years — not only the specs, but also the design is dynamically changed. I love the old models. Still, I can't wait to sit inside one of the "Simply Amazing" 2018 LEAFs and compare. Show More Summary
It beat the 2018 Nissan Leaf to market, which will also carry this tech.