Nissan plans to start full production of the new Leaf at its vehicle assembly plants in Smyrna, Tennessee, in the USA and at Sunderland in the UK by the end of 2017
Nissan has revealed its new Nissan Leaf, which it describes as “the world’s most advanced mass-market electric vehicle (EV) and icon of the company’s Intelligent Mobility vision”
Nissan announced today that the next new Nissan LEAF will come with e-Pedal, a technology designed to transform the way we drive
Nissan’s new Leaf Black Edition is now on sale in the UK, priced from £26,890 including the £4,500 government plug-in vehicle grant.
European Nissan Leaf sales have risen by 10 per cent in the first half of FY16 compared with the same period last year, Nissan has announced. The latest figures also reveal that there are more than 75,000 Nissan EV owners…
Three years after Nissan introduced electric vehicle and battery manufacturing to Europe, the 50,000th European-built Leaf EV (electric vehicle) has rolled off the production line at the company’s plant in Sunderland.
Nissan is investing £22 million in one of the main lines at its UK factory in order to boost production of the popular Qashqai crossover.
Nissan says it has now built more Qashqais than any other model in its three decades of manufacturing in Europe. Production of the mid-range cross-over recently passed the previous record of 2,368,704 units held by the Micra supermini.
According to industry body Go Ultra Low, plug-in car sales in 2015 exceeded the total for the previous five years combined
Diesels take 48.5 per cent of record UK car sales of over 2.6 million in 2015