NISSAN has reinforced its European growth strategy – setting a clear path to become the most desirable Asian brand. Crossover, electric vehicles (EVs) and autonomous drive technology are central to this aspiration and Nissan will continue to defend and grow its leadership of these areas.
NISSAN’S drive to innovate and challenge the conventional is showcased in every aspect of the brand’s 2015 Geneva Motor Show presence. Highlighting its diversity and passion to challenge every area of the automotive industry, the brand’s 2015 presence combines bold new concepts,
A NEW fleet of 100% electric Nissan LEAF taxis has gone into service in Blackpool 130 years after the tourist resort introduced one of the world’s first electric tramways. The 12-strong fleet of LEAFs has been introduced by local firm Premier Cabs and will operate in and around Blackpool and
MANY choose to give up chocolate or sweets for Lent, but one parish priest has decided to shun petrol in favour of Nissan’s all-electric car, the LEAF. Father David Osborne has ditched his petrol-fuelled hatchback and stepped into the Nissan LEAF Acenta to get around his parish. Father David, of
NISSAN has become the first manufacturer to apply glow-in-the-dark car paint to showcase how its market-leading, all-electric LEAF is helping more and more people convert to solar energy at home. The manufacturer worked with inventor Hamish Scott, creator of STARPATH, which is a spray-applied
MY Electric Avenue set out to recruit 10 neighbours in 10 streets from across the UK to drive an all-electric Nissan LEAF for 18 months. Despite this being seen as a challenging goal, the project has exceeded its targets, with more than 200 participants taking part across My Electric Avenue’s
AN AWARD-WINNING car dealership in Cardiff has announced a new three-year sponsorship deal with the city’s professional rugby union team. Wessex Garages on Hadfield Road will continue to support the Cardiff Blues as one of the club’s official sponsors during the next three seasons. Club
HRH The Prince of Wales visited Nissan’s Sunderland plant to see production of the 100 per cent electric Nissan LEAF and to learn about the Nissan Skills Foundation job-creation programme. His Royal Highness has a relationship with the plant that dates back almost 30 years. During a trip to Japan