Nissan LEAF Chief Vehicle Engineer Hidetoshi Kadota

YOKOHAMA, Japan (July 8, 2014) – For Nissan, the all-electric LEAF represents a sustainable future in zero-emission mobility, but the commitment to green doesn’t end there. The LEAF has contributed to reducing CO2 emission by some 151,000 tons* since its launch in 2010, but the engineering team behind the world’s best-selling electric vehicle (EV) aims to go beyond zero emissions and develop an environmentally neutral lineup of cars.
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Nissan and BMW partner once again to expand DC Fast Charger access across the U.S. to benefit EV drivers

Nissan and BMW partner once again to expand DC Fast Charger access across the ...

INFOGRAPHIC: Nissan and BMW partner once again to expand DC Fast Charger access across the U.S. to benefit EV drivers

INFOGRAPHIC: Nissan and BMW partner once again to expand DC Fast Charger acce ...

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2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

2017 Nissan LEAF

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"DRIVETHEARC" EV fast charging corridor breaks ground in northern California

"DRIVETHEARC" EV fast charging corridor breaks ground in northern California

"DRIVETHEARC" EV fast charging corridor breaks ground in northern California

"DRIVETHEARC" EV fast charging corridor breaks ground in northern California