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Nissan EVs don’t just drive, they spark your imagination, and take your breath away. Innovation from Formula E to every Nissan EV. The LEAF - our first-ever mass-produced 100% electric car. The ARIYA - our newest EV with available e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive technology. [] And the Formula E – the 100% electric racecar. [] After 75 years and over 8-billion EV miles globally, Nissan’s EV lineup is ready to make your heart beat faster than ever. []
Nissan EVs that electrify
The All-New Nissan ARIYA: Electrifying from every angle
The Nissan ARIYA is a revolution in advanced electric performance and design. Building on a breakthrough in battery technology, the ARIYA offers you impressive range, SUV versatility, and available all-wheel-drive performance [] — in an electrically powered vehicle. [][]
From the track to the tundra – and billions of miles in between – Nissan's lineup of electric vehicles make every drive electrifying. []
Leading the electric racetrack []
LEAF to Formula E and every electric mile in between. Nissan is the only Japanese auto manufacturer to enter the cutting-edge Formula E series. A new kind of racing for a new world of technology, Formula E represents Nissan’s opportunity to powerfully demonstrate the 100% electric performance side of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, our forward-looking vision for changing how cars are powered, driven and integrated into society. []
Our electric journey
Back in 1947, we developed the TAMA, our first-ever EV. A compact 4-door sedan followed in ’49. Even then, we knew were on to something with electric vehicles, and we’ve never looked back.
The Prairie Joy EV was the first electric car to use lithium-ion batteries. It was tested in harsh polar conditions and proved itself in six years without breaking down. Since the EV was silent and tailpipe was emission-free, it allowed researchers to get closer to wildlife for observation. []
After a few decades of EV innovation, Japanese drivers got a chance to take a spin in the ultra-compact, ultra-amazing Hypermini. Released in 2000, this fun commuter-for-two had a top speed of 100 kph and could go 115 kilometers on a single charge.[]
In 2010, LEAF thrilled the world! The first mass-market, mass-produced electric vehicle, LEAF owners have travelled over 8-billion EV miles globally with over half a million LEAF vehicles sold around the world. [][]
The new LEAF
In 2018, we introduced the new LEAF. Sleek, powerful and more awesome than ever, this next-gen LEAF re-set the EV standard for a whole new generation of electric driving.
Not only did we release the new LEAF in 2018, we also took our EV experience to the track with Formula E. As the only Japanese auto manufacturer in the series our racing EVs are now electrifying the podium as well as the industry.
0-60 in 4.8 electrifying seconds (select trims only), [] the All-New Nissan ARIYA fulfills the promise of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. With its open interior, and available dual-motor e-4ORCE AWD, [] ARIYA is a revolution in comfort, performance and confidence. [] [] []
The benefits of driving electric
When you think about the performance, quietness, reduced maintenance and the various possible incentives, the benefits potentially stack up.
Smooth responsive drive
Electric motors deliver 100% torque for smooth, responsive power every time you hit the accelerator.
Imagine never stopping for gas again. Now, imagine the savings! Even your brake pads get a break because electric cars use the motor to slow down, reducing wear.
Zero tailpipe emissions
Electric cars have no gas-engines. That means they burn absolutely zero gas and produce absolutely zero tailpipe emissions.
Want to know more?
It's safe to say we know a thing or two about EVs after 75 years of electric innovation. Going electric comes with questions, and we've got your answers.