Nissan announces EV36Zero hub for EV production

Nissan has revealed EV36Zero a $1.38 billion project for battery-electric vehicles that will also morph into an ecosystem for building EVs. This initiative will be centered in Nissan’s Sunderland, U.K., which will be a complete solution for zero-emissions driving. The initial investment will be made by Nissan, Envision AESC, and the Sunderland City Council. Together, […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Road tripping a Nissan Leaf Plus: Efficiency, range per charge, and recommended range per day

We in the United States are unique in that we often buy for the “what if” in life and not the everyday use. Sure, you could rent a pickup truck the twice a year you need to move your RV, but what’s the fun in that? The same applies for EV purchasing. Most people drive […]

by Chad Kirchner
The series hybrid may just be the way to get consumers to embrace electrification

For most consumers, a battery-electric vehicle isn’t the most viable solution, especially if you don’t have a charger at home. Between range anxiety and the perceived inconvenience of charging, the majority of the U.S. population doesn’t see it as a feasible option just yet. But what if I told you that there’s a potential middle […]

by Stefan Ogbac
We might have an early indication of Nissan Ariya’s real-world range, maybe, or maybe not

The upcoming Nissan Ariya is the company’s first foray into an electric crossover utility vehicle. Even though it is delayed now until next year in the United States, it doesn’t stop testing of the new product here stateside. A Twitter user was recently charging their Mustang Mach-E at an Electrify America station in Greenwood Village, […]

by Chad Kirchner
Nissan Note Aura is the premium electrified small hatchback you can’t have

A new version of the Nissan Note has been announced and it aims to give you a more upscale experience in a city-friendly package. Meet the Nissan Note Aura, the latest addition to the new-generation Note lineup, which is offered exclusively with the e-Power series hybrid powertrain. The Note Aura differentiates itself from the standard […]

by Stefan Ogbac
An electric vehicle is an amazing way to tour the sights and sounds of Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the best cities to own a battery-electric vehicle. An extensive network of charging stations throughout the region means it’s easy to find a place to charge your EV in the event you find yourself needing juice. We’ve compiled nine places to visit in Los Angeles with EV charging. These locations […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan Ariya officially delayed

If you were hoping to get a Nissan Ariya later this year, you’ll have to be waiting a little bit longer. Nissan has confirmed that the Ariya is going to be delayed in the United States until next year. Special edition orders began in Japan overnight for the launch in Nissan’s home country, but semiconductor […]

by Chad Kirchner
Nissan will build battery plants in the United Kingdom and Japan: Report

Nissan is reportedly working with a Chinese-owned battery maker to open up plants in Japan and the U.K. Nikkei Asia reports that the Japanese brand is looking to invest up to $1.8 billion for the two facilities, which it aims to get online by 2024. The aim is to have the capacity to power over […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan offers Turo credit for new Leaf buyers who might occasionally need a different vehicle

Nissan has found a creative way for new owners of battery-electric vehicles to find a solution in case their new Leaf isn’t sufficient to accomplish specific tasks. How? Through a partnership with Turo. When you buy a 2021 Nissan Leaf, you also get a $350 credit for Turo, which is one of the leading car-sharing […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Preview: 3 months with the 2021 Nissan Leaf Plus SL

Today marks the beginning of a journey for EV Pulse, as Nissan just dropped a 2021 Nissan Leaf for us. We’ll get to keep the electric hatchback for 3 months. Throughout the course of the loan, we’ll take it on some adventures, talk about some of the features, and really spend time living with a […]

by Chad Kirchner