Nissan have revealed that the forthcoming new Nissan LEAF will be the first vehicle in the automaker’s global product lineup equipped with ProPILOT Park. The technology helps drivers park by automatically guiding the car into a parking spot. Continue Reading
Manufactured in Sunderland, the Nissan LEAF has just recorded its 20,000th U.K sale and with ever changing attitudes and evolving infrastructure, there has never been a better time to switch to the electric side of driving. Think zero emissions, reduced fuel costs, game-changing technology and you’ll be on the road to an electric future.
You’d be forgiven in thinking ‘yeah, but’, when it comes to buying a Nissan LEAF. So, let us run you through a few ‘yeah buts’ of our own. Continue Reading
HEATHROW, Britain’s biggest and busiest airport, has turned to the Nissan LEAF as part of its plans to inspire a new culture of electric car usage across its vast site.
The airport has initially added 17 all-electric LEAFs to its fleet, with 12 being operated airside by teams including security and baggage and another five being used as pool cars.
The move has been made in line with the company’s commitment that all cars and small vans in its own fleet are electric or plug-in hybrid by the end of 2020, just one of the steps Heathrow is taking to doing to reduce emissions and improve local air quality. Continue Reading
NISSAN has signed an industry-leading partnership with Northern Powergrid, the company responsible for the network that keeps the lights on for 3.9 million homes and businesses across the North East, Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.
The two organisations, through a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), will work together to explore a range of innovation projects over the next six years. Continue Reading
Electric vehicle advocate Plug In Adventures has created a specially modified Nissan LEAF that will be the first all-electric car to enter the Mongol Rally*, driving 10,000 miles / 16,000 km from the UK to Mongolia in summer 2017.
Dubbed the LEAF AT-EV (All Terrain Electric Vehicle), the vehicle is based on a standard 30kWh Nissan LEAF Acenta, which offers a range of up to 155 miles / 250 km on a single charge**. Key modifications have been made to better equip the car once it reaches the more remote parts of the journey.