Nissan has created a new Leaf-based concept to showcase the capabilities of an electric vehicle (EV) to provide power in the event of a natural disaster or extreme weather.
To celebrate World EV Day, we’ve compiled the latest, top stories including the Government announcement of plans to accelerate EV uptake and the roll out of a new EV support service from the AA.
Gloucestershire Constabulary is adopting 75 new electric vehicles (EVs) meaning 21% of the fleet will have zero tailpipe emissions.
The fleet of 40kWh pure electric 2,000 Nissan Leafs will be offered to drivers as part of Uber’s Clean Air Plan.
Nissan has reduced the price of the Leaf by £1,650 across all grades, following a previous hike of £1,800 earlier in the year.
Incentives, low emission zones and greater uptake of electric vehicles on public sector fleets are among eight policy recommendations by Nissan/European Innovation Partnership paper.
We’re testing the second generation pure electric Nissan Leaf for three months, which picked up highly commended in the 2019 Fleet News Awards.
Nissan has launched a Leaf electric car with a larger 62kWh battery and a range of 239 miles on a single charge.
Gloucestershire County Council has estimated savings of two tonnes of CO2 a month with Enterprise Car Club, compared to employees commuting in privately-owned cars.
More people in the UK research the Nissan Leaf online than any other electric car, research from Sophus3 has shown.
Four common electric vehicle myths have been ‘dispelled’ by Fleet Evolution to encourage more drivers to switch to EV.
Royal Greenwich’s council has teamed with regular car club provider, Enterprise to trial the EV scheme.
Sales of pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles have risen every month so far this year, with one being registered every nine minutes in the UK.
“We need to connect with the right people and talk to them about the things that matter,” said Nissan UK fleet director Iker Lazzari at Company Car In Action 2018.
Company Car in Action 2018 will provide visitors with everything they need to know about electric, hybrid and hydrogen powered vehicles.
Euro NCAP has awarded the all-new Nissan Leaf a maximum five-star safety rating under its new 2018 protocols.
Nissan has extended the range on its Leaf Tenka, improving its fleet capabilities and pushing it closer to the ICE tipping point.
Nissan has announced full pricing for the next generation of its all-electric Nissan Leaf.
The all-new Nissan Leaf benefits from a complete redesign, featuring longer range and new technology - bringing zero-emission motoring into the mainstream.
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