Nissan has been announced as the winner of the Sustainability Initiative Award at the sixth-annual Auto Trader New Car Awards, in recognition of its plan to create a sustainable EV manufacturing hub in the UK.
The Nissan LEAF has once again been recognised for providing the most accessible entry-point to all-electric mobility. The second-generation model has been named Best Used Family Electric Car at the 2022 Carbuyer Car of the Year Awards.
The second-generation Nissan LEAF has been named ‘Best Used Electric Family Car’ at the What Car? Electric Car Awards 2021. The annual awards recognises the best fully electric and hybrid models available today.
In true testament to the satisfaction of zero-emission mobility, Nissan discovers European EV drivers are going the extra mile. In fact, on average they are annually travelling 630 clean kilometres1,2 (km) further than European internal combustion engine (
Sébastien Buemi, one of the most successful drivers in Formula E history and LEAF owner, shares how he has embraced EV on and off the track in a bid to inspire others to switch to a 100% electric vehicle, as part of Nissan’s My Life with a Nissan LEAF seri
Both generations of LEAF, which as a model first launched in 2010, were recognised in the awards that celebrate the electric cars, innovations and developments that represent significant achievements in their fields.
Nissan is the UK’s biggest-selling brand to offer both electric cars and commercial vehicles, the biggest supplier of e-LCV, and the second most popular EV brand overall, according to figures released this month.
ServCity, the UK’s newest autonomous mobility service research project, has launched this month to help cities solve how they can harness the latest autonomous vehicle technologies and successfully incorporate them into a complex urban environment.
In celebration of World EV Day, Nissan marked the production of the 500,000th LEAF, the world’s first mass-market 100% electric car. With half a million LEAF built globally, customers around the world continue to embrace the pioneering zero-emission vehicl
Nissan has created a world-first lullaby specifically designed for electric vehicles to help parents send their young children to sleep, in the absence of the sleep-inducing frequencies produced by internal combustion engines.