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In the latest about new cabs for London, we’ve learned Nissan’s London EV cab final assembly will be done in the UK. Nissan has revealed that Coventry-based ADV Manufacturing will be responsible for the final assembly of its new Taxi for London. Nissan’s vehicle, based on the NV200 small van, is due to hit the […]

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Today Nissan announced the 99,999th global Leaf was purchased last week by Amy Eichenberger of Charlottesville, Va. This reconfirms the Leaf as the global best-selling EV, having been launched in the U.S. in December 2010. Last year it experienced marked growth over a relatively flat sales year in 2012 following a price cut in January […]

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It is now official, the 2014 Nissan Leaf starts at $28,980. While announcing the $180 uptick in price, Nissan said the all-electric Leaf continues to offer outstanding value, with prices comparable to similar gasoline-powered vehicles after applicable tax credits. Sales of the Leaf EV in the U.S. and around the world set all-time records in […]

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Early in November Nissan announced seemingly out of the blue that its “BladeGlider” EV concept would be produced inside of three years, but the automaker is being sued over alleged intellectual property rights to its design. The suit was filed Nov. 22 in a Georgia Superior court by Delta Wing Project 56 which is backed […]

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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced that the “e-NV200″ electric commercial vehicle will arrive in the Japanese market during fiscal year 2014, and will eventually be sold worldwide. The e-NV200 is Nissan’s second all-electric model to be available globally, following the Nissan Leaf. Production of the e-NV200 model will begin at Nissan’s plant in Barcelona, Spain […]

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Introduced as a funky new kind of car in 2007, Nissan’s Qashqai crossover may be a recipient for an all-electric powertrain when it is revised for generation two. This was suggested by Nissan of Europe’s sales and marketing head Guillaume Cartier speaking to UK publication Autocar, and EV power would come via developments being refined […]

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In February, Nissan announced it had delivered 50,000 Leafs globally, and just six months after, this had been increased to 75,000. According to Travis Parman, director, Corporate Communications for Nissan Americas, the company crossed the 75,000 unit threshold some time this month – and in advance of full reported sales stats – thus it does […]

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If Nissan’s Leaf is not visually arresting enough a statement for EV performance, how would the DeltaWing racer do? Nissan’s experimental hybrid entry in next year’s Le Mans 24-hour race will feature the ability to run partially in all-electric mode, and it’s hoped the effect will be positive for EVs at large. Ability to run […]

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