Nissan will be showcasing its commitment to electric vehicles at this year’s Company Car in Action (CCIA) with the e-NV200 and the new Nissan Leaf.
The new Leaf includes more than 100 major changes and for those intrigued by the technology they will be able to admire the unique ‘sliced’ Leaf display.
The Leaf, which will go on sale later this year, will be joined by the e-NV200, which is now being tested by many large blue-chip companies, and will be available to drive during the two-day event.
Nissan says the e-NV200 has already won praise with fleet operators during trials, for zero tailpipe emissions, driving comfort and generous carrying capacity and payload.
Meanwhile, the popular low-CO2 Qashqai will not only be available to drive on track, but also in a test area, which will allow visitors to put the Around View Monitor system through its paces in a specially designed course.
Finally, performance and thrills will also be on offer at the Nissan stand with the Navara, Juke Nismo, 370z and GT-R all available to drive.
Visitors to CCIA, which takes place at Millbrook Proving Ground on June 11-12, will be able to experience unaccompanied drives on city road conditions, an off-road course, a twisty hill route and high speed bowl all in one location.
To register your attendance at CCIA 2013, click here to apply today for your driving pass.