Nissan to Accelerate EV Utilization Program at Roadside Stations in Japan

IRVINE, Calif. (September 2, 2013) — Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. plans to donate 47 Nissan LEAF all-electric zero-emission EVs and “LEAF to Home” power supply systems to roadside rest area stations in all of Japan’s 47 prefectures. The plan will begin in September 2013. One Nissan LEAF*, paired with a LEAF-to-Home power system, will be donated by Nissan to at least one roadside rest area (called michi-no-eki in Japanese) to each prefecture in the country.
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Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant produces its 200,000th vehicle

Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant produces its 200,000th vehicle

Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant produces its 200,000th vehicle

Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant produces its 200,000th vehicle

Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant produces its 200,000th vehicle

Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant produces its 200,000th vehicle

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TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

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TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

TITAN XD sketch

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Shiro Nakamura (right) and Paul Willcox

Shiro Nakamura (right) and Paul Willcox

Paul Willcox

Paul Willcox

Paul Willcox

Paul Willcox

Shiro Nakamura

Shiro Nakamura

Shiro Nakamura

Shiro Nakamura

Nissan Sway Concept

Nissan Sway Concept

Nissan Sway Concept

Nissan Sway Concept

Nissan Sway Concept

Nissan Sway Concept