Nissan Stories Yesterday

Nissan has long been rumored to be working on a bigger version of the Leaf to produce an all-electric SUV or crossover.

Seven years after releasing the Leaf, Nissan has yet to bring the vehicle to market, but an executive now says that it will come to production based on the IMx concept. expand full story

Nissan Stories February 16

Several automakers have been open about their difficulty making money by selling electric cars, or in some cases they don’t even try to make a profit and instead focus solely on getting the ZEV credits.

Carlos Ghosn, chairman of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, claims that they are ahead of the game when it comes to making money on EVs. expand full story

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Nissan Stories February 9

Europe is starting to get more than its fair share of electric car fast-charging networks – making the rest of the EV world jealous and now we learn of again a new one as French automaker Renault announces its backing of the project. expand full story

Nissan Stories February 7

The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance announced today that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with China’s mobility giant Didi, also known as “China’s Uber”, to “explore future business cooperation on a new electric vehicle car-sharing program” in China. expand full story

Nissan Stories February 5

China is pushing automakers to make significant investments in electric vehicles way ahead of any other large market.

Now, Nissan’s Chinese joint-venture announced that it is increasing its EV investment to launch ‘more than 20 electric models’ in the next 2 years. expand full story

Nissan Stories January 30

As we often reported before, the new Nissan Leaf doesn’t compete in many ways against Tesla’s Model 3 and GM’s Chevy Bolt EV when it comes to features and capacity, but it still has pricing on its side.

Now the next generation version of Nissan’s all-electric receives a lease program as it starts hitting the dealerships – becoming one of the cheapest options to go electric. expand full story

Nissan Stories January 26

Now that the new Nissan Leaf is starting to make its way to dealerships in the US, the EPA released its official rating and the new electric vehicle is getting 151 miles and 112 MPGe. expand full story

Nissan Stories January 17

We have seen several similar announcements over the last year and they are often being misreported simply as ‘(insert automaker) is going all-electric’, like Volvo and Jaguar, which is why it’s important to be clear about what is being announced here.

Infiniti, Nissan’s luxury brand, announced that ‘it will go electric’ starting in 2021, which means that all new models will offer “electrified powertrains” from 2021. expand full story

Nissan Stories January 8

Nissan announced today that the company has sold and delivered its 300,000th Nissan LEAF globally – the best-selling electric vehicle cumulatively to date. expand full story

Nissan Stories January 4

Nissan’s next-generation Leaf was expected to have a battery pack option to push the range over 200 miles in order to compete with Tesla’s Model 3 and GM’s Chevy Bolt EV, but it ended up with a 40 kWh battery pack enabling 150 miles of range.

The Japanese automaker did say that a longer range version would come by the end of the year, but now a report claims that it will offer much more than just more range. expand full story

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