If necessity is the mother of invention,
engineers fuel that fire at Nissan's Technical Center in Stanfield,
Arizona. Here engineers are plentiful. They love to build things, test
things and tinker with things. This team thinks a lot about "why not?"
Recently they created a one-of-a-kind electric vehicle to haul supplies
and people around on the tech center property.
tried to keep it a secret and be exciting for everybody. But we have...
More than 60,000 U.S. consumers have "kicked gas" and are now driving the all-electric Nissan LEAF. To celebrate National Drive Electric Week, held Sept. 15-21, Nissan is the exclusive automotive sponsor for more than 130 grassroots events scheduled for markets across the U.S. and abroad.
National Drive Electric Week,
formerly National Plug In Day, started in 2011 as a series of local
events aimed at spreading the word about plug-in vehicles. The...
One of the United Kingdom's
leading zoological attractions has tamed its fuel costs and moved
further towards its sustainability objectives by adding a 100% electric Nissan LEAF to its fleet. The award-winning model is being used by the Learning and Discovery Team at Knowsley Safari near Liverpool as they deliver a conservation and sustainability message to schools across England.
team's two full-time educators clock up around 10,000 miles a year
Nissan has joined senses with a world-renowned master perfumer to create an aromatic blueprint of what the world could smell like in a zero emissions (ZE) future.
Nissan commissioned Master Perfumer and Aroma Academy Scientist Dr. George Dodd to use his expert nose and concoct a scent that not only represents a zero-emissions future – a world where vehicles like the best-selling Nissan LEAF electric vehicle populate the roads – but is also scientifically proven to induce a positive sense of well-being to the sniffer.
With inspiration gained from long walks amongst the Scottish Highlands, Dodd has concocted Nissan's "future…
Tom Wood Automotive is helping the City of Indianapolis stay on the cutting edge of green vehicle adoption after the introduction of a new mandate
for an oil-free vehicle fleet. An Executive Order signed by Mayor Greg
Ballard yesterday mandates that Indianapolis replace its current fleet
of city-owned sedans with electric and other non-oil burning vehicles by
2025. Mayor Ballard hopes that introducing electric and other
alternative fuel powered vehicles will reduce and eventually eliminate
our dependence on foreign oil, thus saving lives and strengthening our
foreign policy leverage.