This afternoon, Nissan unveiled the replacement for the Leaf – a car that was first launched in 2010 to mixed reviews, despite being the world’s most affordable mass-market EV. Since 2010, Nissan has pored over data from more than two billion miles of driving to improve upon the Leaf EV, and initial impressions are positive. […]
Over the course of less than a year, the Nissan Leaf has been showing up in the most unlikely of locations, setting records and quietly showing the world what the future of motorsports looks like.
NISSAN TO TEST NEW ECO-DRIVING SUPPORT SERVICESaturday, September 27, 2008Posted by: Matt NISSAN TO TEST NEW ECO-DRIVING SUPPORT SERVICE–Aimed at improving fuel economy and reducing CO2 emissions– TOKYO (September 22, 2008)–Nissan Motors Co., Ltd., announced today it would begin testing an Eco-driving Support Service which will utilize its advanced information system ITS*1. The service will […]
PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN RENAULT AND EDF OBJECTIVE: ZERO EMISSIONSSaturday, October 11, 2008Posted by: Matt Paris, October 9 2008 – Renault and French electric utility EDF today signed a memorandum of understanding to create, starting with France, a large scale zero-emissions individual transport and travel system. The objective is to establish electric cars as a viable and […]
NICOclub.com purchases, downloads, and maintains a comprehensive directory of Nissan Leaf Factory Service Manuals for use by our registered members.* The Nissan Leaf is a five-seat, front-wheel-drive hatchback that is powered by an electric motor, which means all 187 lb-ft of torque are available at any speed. The Leaf comes in three trims: S, SV […]