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Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

The Big Apple launches Nissan LEAF taxi pilot program

The Big Apple launches Nissan LEAF taxi pilot program

To celebrate Earth Day, Nissan and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg today launched a new electric vehicle taxi pilot with the world’s bestselling electric car, Nissan LEAF. This pilot program, which puts six LEAF taxis into service beginning this spring, will help Nissan, the city, the taxi industry and the public understand how zero emission vehicles can be integrated into future taxi fleets.

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2013
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Battery lease available to new Nissan LEAF customers in Europe

Battery lease available to new Nissan LEAF customers in Europe

With the arrival of the New Nissan LEAF, the enhanced second-generation version of the world's best selling 100% electric vehicle, Nissan is making driving an electric car even easier by offering a battery leasing option to most European customers.

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2013
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SimCity goes green with help from Nissan

SimCity goes green with help from Nissan

SimCity, the city-building computer game, has just become even more realistic. The latest version of the best-selling game – SimCity 2013 – has gone green. Working in collaboration with Nissan, the game has added a Nissan LEAF charging station to its list of in-game add-ons.

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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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17
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2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

EV models: What's next from Nissan?

 EV models: What's next from Nissan?

The Nissan LEAF, the best-selling electric vehicle in the world, has secured Nissan's place as global leader in zero-emission mobility. But it's just the start of Nissan's wide-reaching electric vehicle programme.

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16
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2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

French Atomic Agency becomes first business to adopt Twizy Way

French Atomic Agency becomes first business to adopt Twizy Way

Employees at the French Atomic Agency's facility in Grenoble now have a simple, eco-friendly way to get around the site – thanks to Twizy Way by Renault. The innovative car-sharing service allows staff to move around their workplace in one of the agency's 20 Twizys and to drop the vehicle off anywhere on the site. 

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2013
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Living with LEAF: EV Heroes

Living with LEAF: EV Heroes

When it was launched, Nissan LEAF was the world's first purpose-designed electric vehicle from a major manufacturer. It was a roomy family car aimed at customers who mainly used their car as their daily driver for local trips - shopping or commuting - and who wanted to make a contribution to improving air quality in their home towns.

But that hasn't stopped LEAF taking on some very different roles...
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15
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2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Take a Twizy trip around the New Forest

Take a Twizy trip around the New Forest

The New Forest is one of the largest areas of outstanding natural beauty in England, 566 km2 (216 sq. miles) of unenclosed pastureland, heathland and forest. A haven for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, it attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.

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15
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2013
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Nissan LEAF: Built in Europe, for Europe

Nissan LEAF: Built in Europe, for Europe

While the original Nissan LEAF was built solely in Japan, New LEAF is being built in three locations: Japan, North America and Europe.

Production of New LEAF for Europe started in March at Nissan's record-breaking plant in Sunderland in the UK. It is built on Line 1 alongside the hugely successful Qashqai and Qashqai +2 models. The plant also builds Juke and Note on its Line 2.
 
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2013
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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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