The Nissan LEAF continues to perform well in global sales, with the latest numbers released for the 2017 fiscal year through March 31, 2018.

According to Nissan, its global sales for the last two generations of LEAF rose by 10 percent with growth across all markets, with more than 320,000 units sold since 2010.

Now available in 51 markets, the Japanese automaker plans to launch in more than 15 new markets this year, most concentrated in Central/South America and Asia./Oceania.

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“The strong performance of Nissan’s EV models globally is a testimony to our expertise and leadership in electric vehicle technology,” said Nissan Executive Vice President Daniele Schillaci, who heads the company’s electric-vehicle business. “The unprecedented response to the most advanced electric car in the world, the Nissan LEAF, contributed significantly to the robust growth of Nissan in 2017.”

In a published infographic, Nissan also cited other accomplishments over the last year, including its 2018 World Green Car award by the World Car Awards, its CES 2018 Best in Innovation Award by the Consumer Technology Association, and a 5-star safety rating by the Japan New Car Assessment Program.