Nissan made history again with the first Nissan LEAF delivery on Puerto Rico. The customer? A family-owned business dedicated to renewable energy projects.
The all-electric car goes beyond zero emissions to ensure sustainability, as around 25% of the Nissan LEAF is made from recycled materials.
The sound of speed echoes through qualifying sessions at the famed Circuit de la Sarthe, as the countdown to the 24 Hours of Le Mans has begun.
Japanese superhero Ultraman uses solar power to fight galactic monsters, but his earthly team will use a new zero-emission power source for mobility - electric vehicles.
Venucia aims to increase sales by 50% this year in China, and launch sales of the all-electric e30 by September.
Nissan began production of its second all-electric vehicle - the e-NV200 - with a Barcelona ceremony attended by Spanish officials and Chief Planning Officer Andy Palmer.
The manmade island of Yumeshima in Osaka is now home to the world’s first large-scale energy storage system, a project that also highlights the potential to reuse electric vehicle batteries.
Nissan’s ZEOD RC prototype will feature two past winners of the Nissan PlayStation GT Academy, as Belgian driver Wolfgang Reip joins team.
British dentist Dr. Brett Garner is the 100,000th customer for the 100%-electric Nissan LEAF.
Anyo-in Temple's Chief Priest Wasei Hirai was one of the first persons in Japan to take home a Nissan LEAF electric car, and reflects on EV ownership as global sales reach 100,000.
Nissan unveiled the new face of its Taxi for London, re-designed to make it instantly recognizable as one of the capital’s iconic black cabs.
Nissan is finding more and more ways to localize LEAF production in the U.S.
Nissan's Autonomous Drive makes a first on Japan's highways.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke with the Global Media Center about the appeal of Nissan’s new concept cars, the electrification of the industry, and the iconic GT-R, at the Tokyo Motor Show 2013.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Rides in Nissan's Autonomous Drive Car in First Public Road Test.
Nissan ZEOD's Garage 56 Status at Le Mans creates a tech laboratory for both the automaker and tire developer Michelin.
Heavy rain shortens the World Endurance Championship finale at Fuji Speedway.
Nissan ZEOD RC made its Fuji Speedway debut with former GT1 Champ Michael Krumm at the wheel.
Nissan ZEOD RC was unveiled at Nismo headquarters, after eight months of development, design and construction, the first step in bringing EVs to the track.
Using a smartphone to book one-way passage, rental car pick up and drop off will be available at up to 70 sites in Yokohama using Nissan Mobility Concept EVs.
CEO Carlos Ghosn tested Nissan's latest Autonomous Drive car prototype ahead of CEATEC JAPAN 2013.
Nissan moves higher in Interbrand rankings of top global brands.
Nissan's all-electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF, is selling at historic rates in new markets throughout the U.S., with Alliance EV sales now surpassing 100,000 units.
The Nissan Research Center Silicon Valley aims to stay ahead of trends shaping the way people interact with their cars.
Nissan unveiled the ZEOD RC, the world’s fastest electric racing car that will reach speeds of more than 300km/h with electric technology at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Nissan signs partnership agreement Keiko Ihara, the only Japanese female driver in the World Endurance Championship, to promote electric vehicles.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn speaks with the Global Media Center on financial results, the yen, EVs, China and Power 88.
Venucia's electric VIWA concept car at the Shanghai Auto Show hopes to ride on the Chinese government’s plan to popularize zero-emissions technology.
To celebrate Earth Day, Nissan and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched a new EV taxi pilot with Nissan LEAF.
José Muñoz, senior vice president for sales and marketing in Nissan's Americas region, took his new role in late March, after driving a 34-month run of success in Mexico.
The Nissan restoration team's Masahiko Isobe explains the unique characteristics of the Tama electric vehicle, which helped to pave the way for Nissan's lineup of zero-emission vehicles.
NV200 Mobility Taxi made its New York International Auto Show debut, a wheelchair accessible version of the Nissan NV200 Taxi, available as part of Nissan's "Taxi of Tomorrow" program this fall.
Hamaichi Elementary School has been closed since disaster struck Japan two years ago, but reopened for one more day to remember the landmark and its role in saving local residents.
LEAF owners shared their experiences in Osaka, paving the way for discussion of new EV developments, from new markets to new technologies.
Miyagi Prefectural Assemblyman Takashi Abe updates on the state of recovery in Higashi-Matsushima and all of Japan's Tohoku region two years after disaster hit.
Imagine you can cut your commute time to work in half, increase productivity at home and in your job, with a car that is almost free to lease. This now is reality for employees at Evernote.
The 83rd Geneva Motor Show opened its doors to international media Tuesday, with a slew of car debuts going some way to turn attention away from weak sales in Europe.
Nissan's New Mobility Concept vehicle - a 100%-electric two-seater - comes a step closer to being on Japan's roads with a trial in Yokohama.
The City of Sydney has taken delivery of 10 Nissan LEAFs, the single largest order of EVs in Australia.
Supporting the 67th Mainichi Film Awards, Nissan gave its own prize to award-winning actor Isao Natsuyagi: a 100% electric LEAF.
The all-electric Nissan LEAF is quiet on the outside, but in concert on the inside with the first custom-designed Bose® Energy Efficient Series sound system availability.
The age of mass-market, affordable fuel cell EV will soon be here thanks to a unique, three-way agreement between Nissan, Daimler and Ford.
An Eco-Drive caravan of the all-new Nissan Note drove from Yokohama to Nagoya and back, proving that the supercharger engine under the hood is Note-worthy for exceptional fuel-economy.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke with the Global Media Center at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on the yen, Japan-China ties, and the outlook for 2013.
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The Best and Greenest were on display at the 14th Eco-Products event in Tokyo, as school kids in particular paved the road to the future.
Nissan celebrated two years of LEAF sales with launch of the largest lithium-ion automotive battery plant in the US.
Slower sales and increased competition in markets such as China, Russia and Europe put a strain on October results, says EVP of Global Sales Takao Katagiri
Nissan unveiled an updated version of the LEAF in Japan, with a variety of enhancements, and more sales outlets in the country with quick chargers for the world's No. 1 electric vehicle.
Yokohama is pushing the future of electric transportation in Japan with a new zero-emission vehicle.
East Coast vehicle owners have struggled to find gasoline since super storm Sandy hit, but EVs like the Nissan LEAF have found the going easier.
Few cities in the motor show calendar can match the glitz and glamour of Paris. The 2012 Mondial de l'Automobile promises to be spectacular.
EV owners across the U.S. enjoyed the second annual National Plug In Day on Sunday. with the Nissan LEAF leading the charge.
Research and Development Executive Vice President Mitsuhiko Yamashita shares the latest in auto industry technology with the Global Media Center.
The Embassy suites hotel in Nashville, Tennessee needed a new way to shuttle guests, committed to luxury and going green, so they helped create a Nissan LEAF limo.
Another summer of tight energy supplies is sparking plans for power-saving measures in western Japan, and the Nissan LEAF has become part of the solution with 250 Nissan available free for public and private use in Osaka.
Jerry Hardcastle, Global Chief Marketability Engineer, explains the techs and specs of the Juke NISMO in its debut at Le Mans, as well as the Nissan Juke-R, Nissan DeltaWing, and Nissan Leaf NISMO RC, all on display at the 24-hour endurance race.
The all-electric e-NV200 will be produced at Nissan's Barcelona facility from 2013, creating 700 new jobs and giving a timely boost to the Spanish economy.
The 26th annual Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles (EVS26) is a show completely dedicated to electric vehicles in the newest shapes, colors, and sizes.
Nissan and Infiniti have expanded into a key-sales market known for a strong interest in leading-edge technology and environmentally-smart products with two new dealerships in the heart of downtown San Francisco.