Nissan LEAF

2nd December 2021

Nissan Aims for 100% Green Produced European Leaf

Nissan is ramping up its green energy production capabilities with the go-ahead for an additional solar farm facility in the UK. The automaker has been given the green light...


14th August 2020

Dreams of ‘Free’ Electric Energy a Long Way Off

Since 2019 the term ‘self-charging hybrid car’ has been touted by most of the top automaker brands. With the future of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), being electric the...

By Graham Jarvis


3rd August 2020

Pay Your Parking WIth Surplus BEV Energy, Says Nissan

Nissan is exploring the viability of EV owners paying for their parking with surplus electric battery power. The automaker, already spear-heading vehicle-to-grid projects earning cash for unused energy in...


24th January 2020

Nissan Promises 2,000 BEV Fleet to London’s Under Threat Uber

Nissan has pledged a fleet of 2,000 of BEVs for London’s Uber service despite the taxi company being under threat of losing its right to trade in the UK...


24th October 2019

Nissan Tests AWD Crossover Leaf

Nissan has built an all-wheel-drive, crossover-style Leaf as a test vehicle to pioneer new EV technologies. The car has two independent electric motors, one on each axle, generating 227kW...


2nd August 2019

Zetta Plans BEV For The Masses

While most automakers today are turning their gaze to growth in the Chinese market, one Russian carmaker is looking nearer to home. CEO of start-up Zetta, Denis Shchurovsky, has...

By Roma Nazarov

4th February 2019

VW Hedges Bets Adding Third Tank to CNG Models

Volkswagen is equipping its Polo TGI and Golf TGI models with a third natural gas tank as it looks to hedge its short-term bets on as many alternative fuel...

By Philip Oakley


High Performance Nissan Leaf Launches in Europe
9th January 2019

High Performance Nissan Leaf Launches in Europe

Nissan has announced the release of a limited edition high performance and longer range version of its top-selling Leaf EV for the European market. Deliveries of the Leaf 3.Zero...


19th December 2018

Carmakers Must Consider EV Buyers’ Different Habits

Online carbuyers are increasingly hunting for EV transport solutions but in a markedly different way than traditional ICE consumers, according to a UK car brand analyst. It claims EVs...


19th November 2018

The Disrupters: EVgo Jolting the Charging Network Business

Industry insiders, analysts and consumers agree that the growing proliferation of electric vehicle charging stations will encourage more consumers to buy EVs. The lack of infrastructure remains an oft-cited...

By Robert Gray


16th October 2018

EV Service Costs Headache for Dealers

A study has shown that EV owners are enjoying a huge dividend on service cost savings, presenting fresh challenges to dealers who will lose out against ICE vehicle revenues....


16th June 2015

Smart car for the dumb city

It’s probably of little surprise that the scientists behind the Mars Rover approached designing an autonomous vehicle without the imperative of having it communicate with the Internet. And so...