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Nissan Accelerating EV adoption, one LEAF at a time

Thanks to the success of the LEAF, the world’s first mass-produced 100% electric vehicle, Nissan staked a claim in the EV game. In 1928, the holding company Nippon Sangyo was founded by Yoshisuke Aikawa. The name we know, ‘Nissan’, is an abbreviation used on the Tokyo stock market in the 1930s. I guess Nippon Sangyo was a bit lengthy. Nowadays, the Japanese car manufacturer is all in on all-electric, planning to invest $300 million in its Tochigi plant in 2020.

Nissan has shown off their innovative side even more with their wicked concept cars, like the Nissan Ariya (now in production!) or the super-futuristic IMQ. Seriously, just check them out. EV uptake is accelerating – and Nissan has their foot down.

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Leaf combustion cars behind with the Nissan LEAF. A perfect electric city car, it’s jam-packed with plenty of tech and tonnes of driver assist features too. It’s been crowned the UK’s best-selling electric car tonnes of time for good reason.
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Nissan invented the affordable EV with its excellent Leaf and now the Ariya upsizes that skillset to the crossover segment. The super sharp body looks poised like a sprinter, there’s so much space inside you could probably get planning permission plus twin infotainment screens declutter the dash. Choose from either the 63kWh battery or the 87kWh monster for up to 329 miles of cruising. The big battery’s also available with all-wheel drive. Nice.
Launch Date| 2025

Chill Out

The Nissan Chill-Out is an offbeat concept EV that previews the third-generation Nissan Leaf. With its crossover body style and the CMF-EV platform, it promises more passenger and cabin space, making it a practical choice for the future.