NISSAN Insider has spoken to Nissan Europe chairman Paul Willcox about his views on Pulsar and LEAF. Willcox explains how Pulsar is a class-leading product, ideal to fill a gap in the market. He also talks about why LEAF has been so successful in the UK and what he expects to see in the future.
OLYMPIC gold medallist and Gadget Show presenter Amy Williams has been “bowled over” by the 100 per cent electric Nissan LEAF. The skeleton racer, who took gold at the Vancouver Games in 2010 and was made an MBE in that year’s Birthday Honours, is living with the model as part of the Go
NISSAN’S new zero-emissions vehicle the e-NV200 is set to take the automotive world by storm. Available as a light commercial panel van or a five-seat passenger vehicle, it is based on significant elements of two award-winning vehicles – the electric drivetrain of Nissan LEAF and the
Nissan GT Academy has become a motorsport phenomenon, producing incredible talent such as Jann Mardenborough. Nissan Insider’s Becca Chaplin was challenged to go head-to-head with the GT Academy national finalists and found out first hand that going from a sofa-surfing gamer to a bona-fide
NOTTINGHAM’S first fleet of all-electric taxis has gone into service for the first time, ushering in a new era of cleaner and greener transport in the city. History was made when Councillor Alan Clark, Nottingham City Council’s Portfolio Holder for Energy and Sustainability, was the first
JIM WRIGHT, Managing Director of Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd, has good cause for optimism in his latest quarterly message. It’s said that success breeds success and that’s certainly true of Nissan. Look back two years ago and we were sponsoring the O2. Now, in addition to that, we’re
NISSAN wowed the crowds at the Goodwood Festival of Speed with an action-packed schedule of attractions. Tens of thousands of spectators flocked to the brand’s eye-catching stand over the course of the world-famous event and they weren’t disappointed. First came the unveiling of the stunning
Nissan Insider caught up with Jim Wright, Managing Director, Nissan Motor GB, for his predictions on what the next 12 months have in store for the network.