Nissan’s second generation Leaf, a 100 per cent electric vehicle, has claimed the number one spot in Norway’s passenger car sales chart in October.
In October, the zero emission family car, out sold all of its internal
General Motors and Daimler AG on Tuesday amped up the electric-car price war, announcing significant price cuts aimed at boosting demand in a still-sluggish segment of the US auto market.
GM slashed $5,000 from the price of its 20
Nissan showcased its new Leaf, an electric vehicle, featuring a raft of changes including an improved range of 199 km and cut-in-half charging time at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show.
The new Leaf will be produced at Nissan's Su
Japanese automaker Nissan has announced that a 100 per cent electric compact van, the e-NV200, will go into production in Europe during the 2013 financial year.
The new model will be based on the award-winning NV200 and will be an importan
The zero-emission electric Nissan Leaf has won the European Car of the Year (CoTY) 2011 award.
The trophy was handed over to Nissan Motor’s president and CEO Carlos Ghosn in a special ceremony held at the Pavillion Gabriel in Paris.
Japan's Nissan Motor Co marked a major milestone in automotive history on Friday with the launch of the zero-emission Leaf, the world's first electric car to be mass-marketed.
Nissan said the five-seater hatchback was rated with a driving
Emirates Glass has announced its continued support for the prestigious annual Leading European Architects Forum (LEAF) Awards.
The company will sponsor the LEAF Awards 2010 edition, which will take place at the Intercontinental Park Lane H
Nissan, Japan's third-biggest carmaker, said on Monday its Leaf electric car would cost under 30,000 euros ($38,110) in most European countries after incentives offered by governments to push the new technology.
Nissan Motor Co and French
Nissan Motor Co took the wraps off its much-awaited electric car on Sunday, naming the hatchback "Leaf" and taking a step towards its goal of leading the industry in the zero-emissions field.
Japan's No 3 automaker and its French partner,