The Nissan Leaf isn't what comes to mind when you think of a performance car. Nismo wants to change that. It used Leaf parts to create a track-only electric hot hatch called the Leaf Nismo RC that boasts AWD and twin electric motors.
Unveiled at CES 2019, the 2019 Nissan Leaf e+ electric car offers a dramatic increase in range over its predecessor -- with more power to boot. But Nissan is still playing catch up with rival automakers.
Electric cars are more common than ever, but their rise in popularity has led to a new concern for drivers -- range anxiety. Here, we explain what range anxiety is, how to mitigate it, and how to take advantage of charging networks.
More than 90 percent of U.S. Nissan Leaf owners live within 10 miles of a fast-charging station part of the company's 24- month No Charge to Charge program. Nissan estimates owners can save up to $1,000 in the 24 month period.
Nissan is reportedly working on its first range-extender electric vehicle to rival Chevrolet's Volt sometime next year. The new model will use a similar setup as BMW's i3 and will be sold adjacent to the Leaf.
The 2016 Nissan Leaf gets a 107-mile range thanks to an optional 30-kilowatt-hour battery pack. Base models keep the old 24-kWh pack, with the same 84-mile range as before. The Leaf gets some tech upgrades as well.
Nissan's European arm unveiled a Leaf coated it what it says is environmentally-friendly glow-in-the-dark paint. Don't expect your car to be glowing anytime soon, though, this one is just for demonstration.
Nissan announced today that it has obtained permission to test a driverless car for the first time in Japan. This is a major step in the Japanese automaker’s nefarious plot to dominate the world with autonomous cars by 2020; and is the…
If the US charging systems do pan out to be proprietary, it could be the killer app for the EV industry - as in it will kill it. Customers already hate playing the brand-as-prison game with cell phone service and cable providers. Will it be…
Digital Trends recently talked with Mike Tinskey, who is Ford's Director of Vehicle Electrification and Infrastructure, while we drove around green-car crazy Portland, Oregon, in one of Ford's big new Fusion Energi plug-in hybrids.
The recent boost in sales incentives for electric vehicles could be another sign of the challenge automakers face to meet future U.S. emission standards, which could lead to even more trouble down the road.
Hoping to make the Volt more enticing, Chevrolet has decided to boost cash incentives on the electric-hybrid to compete with deals being offered on the Nissan Leaf. But could it all help to drive the price point of future EV sales?