Nissan celebrates the launch of its Leaf
Nissan celebrates the launch of its Leaf

This month marks the 10th anniversary of Nissan's launch of the first Leaf electric vehicle, paving the way for electric cars to become popular around the world.

Leaf has changed the concept of the electric vehicle in the world: Bringing the first electric vehicle to the mass market in 2010 is undoubtedly a gamble, but Nissan is committed (and committed to) the electric vehicle.

Nissan has sold 500,000 LEVs worldwide, even though it is not the best-selling electric vehicle in the world.

Since then, several other automakers have made electric cars, the most famous of which is Tesla.

With continuous improvement in battery capacity, performance and efficiency, LEAF has evolved from an urban passenger car into a multi-functional vehicle that meets a wide range of customers' needs and lifestyles.

Nissan Motor Co. also reports that the famous owner of the car, Shannon Monroe, was one of the first to buy a LEAF in the US but still owns it and has driven more than 12.5 cars without fuel over the past decade. Ten thousand miles.

Nissan LEAF currently sells in 59 markets around the world. Electric cars are manufactured in the United States, Japan and the United Kingdom.

In addition to design and functionality, one of the most important changes that Leaf has made over the past decade has been increasing the range.

Nowadays, some hybrid electric vehicles like the Leaf can drive alone.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its first electric vehicle, Nissan also looked to the future and launched a new electric vehicle called the Ariya.

Nissan guarantees that the car will have enough interior space and flat floor to drive 300 miles per charge.

Nissan said the 300-mile Aria was not the official driving distance estimated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and as Porsche and Taycan found out, the manufacturer's estimates aren't always accurate.

Nissan plans to sell 1 million electric cars annually through 2023, including all-electric and hybrid cars with the e-POWER powertrain.

Nissan is proud that its Leaf electric vehicle has laid a solid foundation for future electric vehicles.

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