may 17

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (May 17, 2011) -- Today, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood toured the construction site where Nissan is building a state-of-the-art facility to manufacture advanced lithium-ion batteries. The plant, which will be the largest in the country capable of manufacturing lithium-ion batteries for automotive applications, will produce the battery packs powering the Nissan LEAF, the world's first affordable, mass-market, all-electric vehicle.
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Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Reflections from a Temple: A First Owner of Nissan LEAF

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Nissan LEAF Global Sales Reach 100,000 Units

Amy Eichenberger

Amy Eichenberger

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™

2014 Nissan LEAF™