Nissan previously revealed the Leaf NISMO RC, an all-electric race car with NISMO-worthy performance.
This is what the future of Nissan vehicles in the Philippines could look like as the Japanese brand further pushes for electrification.
It looks like Nissan has a fully stacked lineup for MIAS 2022 as it will showcase its e-Power technology and launch a new limited edition variant of the Navara.
With the testing underway, this could be part of the first few steps forward for the creation and improvement of the electric vehicle infrastructure in the Philippines.
It looks like Nissan really wants to push for electric vehicles in the country as it pushes for a more sustainable future.
We could soon see Nissan launching new and innovative electric vehicles and other alternative energy mobility solutions in the coming years.
We were recently given the chance to test out the Nissan LEAF on the island of Boracay giving us a quick look into what the electric vehicle can offer.
It looks like plans are moving forward as more and more laws are being passed to help the electric vehicle industry grow in the Philippines.
A sustainable and electric future, anyone?
A futuristic mode of transportation that comes with low running costs, low maintenance costs, and comes with a great set of warranties.
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With the Nissan LEAF now available at the brand’s Davao and Tagum dealerships, it brings it one step closer to having a total of 7 facilities that can sell and maintain the EV within 2021.
The Center for Advanced Batteries will be established under the two educational institutions.
Nissan Gateway dealerships carry the new and innovative LEAF EV.
The 2021 Nissan LEAF is the Japanese brand's first EV in the Philippines. Being relatively new to the EV scene, here are 10 things that you didn't know about the electric vehicle from Nissan...
Another EV has officially launched in the Philippine market in the form of the Nissan LEAF.
Nissan Philippines is holding a launch event for its first-ever EV for the country.
Nissan pushes forward with the electrification of mobility by recycling old Nissan LEAF battery packs for their automated guided vehicles.
It seems that most Filipinos are environmentally conscious.
He was able to achieve emission-free mobility for the past 10-years.
Whether it be your home or your office, the Nissan LEAF can help supply energy to both.