Carlos Ghosn visits Oslo, the European capital of electric vehicles

On Monday 8th April, Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn hosted an intimate gathering of media in Oslo, Europe's electric vehicle capital, and spoke about the new Nissan LEAF and his vision of zero-emissions mobility. 

"The momentum is building around electric cars," said Mr. Ghosn. Sales of the Nissan LEAF surpassed 1,300 vehicles in March in Europe, and exceeded 2,200 in March in the United States.
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Paris Marathon runners get extra support from Nissan LEAF

Paris Marathon runners get extra support from Nissan LEAF

Participants in last Sunday's Paris Marathon had a chance to "prepare the race of tomorrow today," thanks to an innovative initiative by Nissan. As an official partner of the Schneider Electric Paris Marathon, Nissan not only provided race organisers with a fleet of all-electric Nissan LEAFs to accompany the runners; it also gave runners a chance to win a trip to the 2014 New York Marathon.

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Nissan's plant in Mexico leads the way in renewable energy

Nissan's plant in Mexico leads the way in renewable energy

Nissan's Aguascalientes plant in Mexico has become the leading user of renewable energy within the Renault-Nissan Alliance. 

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Test drive: ZOE will make you want to go electric

Test drive: ZOE will make you want to go electric

Renault ZOE: a car conceived and designed to be 100% electric from the start, a pretty face and a built-in multimedia tablet that geeks will love, plus she’s good for the planet… Renault ZOE is THE car that we’ve all been waiting for since the revelation of the ZOE Preview show car, which already boasted 90% of the mass-production model lines. Renault ZOE not only looks good on paper, after our test drive we’re totally under its electric spell!

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Infiniti Q50 sports sedan fitted with Daimler four-cylinder diesel engine

Infiniti’s latest model, the Q50 premium sports sedan, will be fitted with a four-cylinder 2.2 liter diesel engine from Daimler AG. The new model, which goes on sale across Europe starting this autumn, is the first Infiniti model to benefit from the three-year strategic cooperation with the German automaker.

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Prime Minister Cameron joins start of UK Nissan LEAF production

Prime Minister Cameron joins start of UK Nissan LEAF production

UK Prime Minister David Cameron was the star guests as Nissan began production of the Nissan LEAF electric vehicle at its Sunderland plant last Thursday.

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Evernote's workplace charging to support EV car perk

Evernote's workplace charging to support EV car perk

Imagine you can cut your commute time to work in half, increase your productivity at home and in your job, all with a car that is almost free to lease. This now is reality for employees at Evernote in Redwood City, Calif.

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LEAF’s Open Road: EV owners in Osaka

LEAF’s Open Road: EV owners in Osaka

Spring in western Japan brought out many shades of Nissan LEAF to the Kansai University campus – as well as discussions on new EV developments, from new markets to improved technology.

The LEAF owners’ event attracted more than 300 people and about 100 LEAFs to Osaka.
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Nissan debuts 2014 Pathfinder Hybrid, NV200 mobility taxi at New York International Auto Show

After nearly doubling sales of Pathfinder since the October 2012 introduction of an all-new fourth-generation design, Nissan’s iconic SUV took another major step forward today with the world debut of the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid at a press conference at the New York International Auto Show. 

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Free domestic charging point for Renault ZOE drivers in UK

Free domestic charging point for Renault ZOE drivers in UK

With a domestic charging point offered for free, UK drivers have even more reasons to purchase the Renault ZOE when it arrives on their market in June.

As soon as customers place their order for the ZOE, Renault will contact British Gas, the company responsible for supplying and installing the charger in the customer's home. The installation of the 32-amp single-wall box will take place roughly one month before the vehicle is delivered, ensuring everything is up and running by the time the ZOE arrives at its new home. 
 

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