MUNICH –(MunichNOW Technology)– Tenerife, Canary Islands – Following the unveiling of its ambitious electric ecosystem just 3 months ago, Nissan today showcased the technology in action. The new technology can be seen right here in Munich at Autohaus Mükra, where the revolutionary new Nissan Leaf in on display.
The ‘Nissan Electric Ecosystem Experience’ is being staged on the Spanish Island of Tenerife, demonstrating the brand’s commitment to Nissan Intelligent Mobility to transform the way people drive, and beyond the car, the way we can all live, creating a more exciting and sustainable future.
At the heart of the Nissan Electric Ecosystem Experience is the opportunity for VIP’s to drive the new Nissan LEAF, the world’s best-selling 100% electric vehicle, as well as an enhanced e-NV200, which gives users an extra 100km of range through its new 40kWh battery. Nissan also unveiled updates on its infrastructure and energy plans.
Gareth Dunsmore, Director, Electric Vehicle, Nissan Europe, commented: “Nissan kick-started the electric vehicle revolution almost a decade ago. In that time we’ve sold more EV’s than any other manufacturer on the planet.
But this is just the beginning. Through our vehicles and investments in infrastructure and energy services, we are on a mission to look beyond the car and transform the way we all live. This is the electric ecosystem and through our Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision, we will revolutionise the industry and modern life as we know it.”
Nissan is partnering with the Institute of Technology and Renewable Energies (ITER) to host the Electric Ecosystem Experience at ITER’s complex in Tenerife. With 25 years of experience in engineering and telecom, ITER has built a bioclimatic site powered by renewable energy from wind farms and solar panels.
The New Nissan LEAF
Headlining the Nissan Electric Ecosystem Experience is the new Nissan LEAF – the icon of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. The world’s best-selling electric vehicle has a range of 378 km NEDC. The new Nissan LEAF is also the first car to undergo WLTP. It can now travel 270 km in a combined environment (city and highway) and 415 km in city conditions on a single charge, offering an exhilarating driving experience whilst minimising range anxiety. The Nissan LEAF is packed with ingenious technology, including ProPILOT advanced driver assistance for a safer and more comfortable drive.
The car’s e-Pedal technology lets drivers accelerate and brake seamlessly using just one pedal while constantly regenerating energy. ProPILOT Park offers autonomous parking at the touch of a button. The new LEAF is already a huge success for Nissan with in excess of 12,000 customer orders received to date despite the model not being in European showrooms until February 2018.
The new Leaf can see seen and test-driven at the local Munich Nissan dealership:
Zamdorfer Str. 90