EV

18
JUN
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan LEAF: the electric vehicle with an 800 km range

Nissan LEAF: the electric vehicle with an 800 km range

If you thought Paris to the South of France in an electric vehicle on just one charge could not be done, think again.

Thanks to an innovative partnership between Nissan and French national rail company SNCF, Nissan LEAF drivers can take their car on vacation without worrying about battery range, motorway tolls or the stress of dealing with vacation traffic on a long journey. 

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17
JUN
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

"Brilliant" - the verdict on Alliance EVs from TEDGlobal

"Brilliant" - the verdict on Alliance EVs from TEDGlobal

“It was brilliant,” said Caroline Seow after her test drive in a Renault Zoe around Edinburgh. So brilliant, in fact, that she decided there and then she wants to buy one when she gets home to Singapore from TEDGlobal 2013.

Caroline, Executive Director of the Family Business Network Asia, sought out Zoe Project Director Simon Luque to find out when the car would be available in Singapore. He told her it would be soon… and he promised she would be one of the first customers.

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12
JUN
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

The Alliance brings zero-emission mobility to TEDGlobal

The Alliance brings zero-emission mobility to TEDGlobal

Some of the world’s greatest thinkers are gathering at TEDGlobal in Edinburgh this week to discuss some of the biggest issues facing the world… and while they’re here they will discover how the Renault-Nissan Alliance has started the electric vehicle revolution with the aim of delivering sustainable zero-emission mobility for all.

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Nissan signs up racecar driver Keiko Ihara to promote zero-emission mobility

Nissan Motor Company, Ltd., and Keiko Ihara, currently the only Japanese female driver competing in the World Endurance Championships (WEC) — the highest form of sports-car endurance racing in the world — have signed a partnership agreement to promote zero emission mobility.

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29
MAY
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Using motor sport to improve the EV breed

Using motor sport to improve the EV breed

The Renault-Nissan Alliance will use motor racing to improve the next generation of electric vehicles.

Jerry Hardcastle, Nissan’s Chief Marketability Engineer and Technical Director for Global Motorsport, told the Alliance-backed B4E Climate Summit being held in London: “The electric car has come to the road before it made it to the race track where, traditionally, technical innovations were developed.

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28
MAY
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

0 - 100,000 in three years - and counting

0 - 100,000 in three years - and counting

Since 2011, more than 100,000 battery and plug-in electric vehicles have been sold in America. That’s some performance… especially as fewer than 20,000 were sold in that first year as the country’s car drivers took their tentative first steps towards embracing this new technology.

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16
MAY
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan LEAF crosses 25,000 U.S. sales milestone

Nissan LEAF crosses 25,000 U.S. sales milestone

The Nissan LEAF has crossed the 25,000-sales milestone in the US, reinforcing the hatchback’s position as the world’s best-selling electric vehicle.

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15
MAY
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan starts field testing electric van in Saitama City

Nissan starts field testing electric van in Saitama City

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. has announced the start of field tests for the 100% electric e-NV200 compact van in Saitama City (Saitama Prefecture).

Saitama City is promoting the adoption of electric vehicles by linking up with a variety of stakeholders through its E-KIZUNA project. Begun in 2009, the project promotes EVs as a way to address global warming and realize a sustainable low-carbon society.

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18
APR
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan's first-ever electric vehicle: the 1947 Tama

Nissan's first-ever electric vehicle: the 1947 Tama
Nissan LEAF, which launched more than two years ago, is Nissan’s first electric vehicle for the global mass market. But did you know that Nissan’s electric vehicle history actually began as early as 1947? Due to the post-World War II energy shortage at that time, the Japanese government encouraged entrepreneurs to produce electric vehicles to cope with the crisis.
 
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12
APR
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault Twin'Z - where cars and furniture collide

Renault Twin'Z - where cars and furniture collide

Breaking with convention, Renault’s latest electric city car – the Twin’Z concept – has not been given its world debut at a motor show, but at a furniture exhibition… the Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano, the centrepiece of that industry’s annual calendar.

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