Formula onE – Nissan enters the fold…

December 6, 2017

As the F1 season entered its final lap of the circuit, the Formula E season sparked into life, with back-to-back races in Hong Kong over the weekend. Despite initial concerns over its appeal, the all-electric series has continued to strengthen and shake things up in the world of motor sport.

Nissan will enter the Formula onE fold in the 2018/19 season as the first Japanese automotive brand to compete and line up alongside other manufactures, in ePrixs, throughout key venues, such as Berlin, Paris, Rome, New York and Montreal.nissanfe1

Nissan’s three-pillar strategy to redefine how its vehicles are driven, powered and integrated into society, will only heighten with its presence in the Formula E series; giving The New LEAF a highly visible global platform to showcase its ingenious technology to a new generation of driving fans.

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Daniele Schillaci, executive vice president of global marketing and sales, zero-emission vehicles and battery business, and chairman of Nissan’s management committee for Japan, Asia and Oceania, said “As the ultimate expression of the thrill of instant acceleration and agile handling that’s at the heart of Nissan zero-emission driving, Nissan is going to electrify the Formula E championship.”

After unveiling The New LEAF, which is now available for pre-order at your local West Way Dealership, Nissan cemented its position as the leader in the EV market and reaffirmed its commitment to electric mobility and sustainability. To learn more about The New LEAF and register your interest, click here…

Formula E is accelerating the development of electric vehicles, and as a pioneer of the industry, along with its rich history in Motorsport, Nissan entering the fold was hailed as “a momentous day for the series” by Formula E, CEO, Alejandro Agag.

The shift and interest towards Electric vehicles is gathering momentum and Nissan’s arrival to Formula E will only help bring the noise, even if the vehicles don’t…

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