A research firm rates the Nissan Leaf to be the cleanest car in America based upon a variety of different factors.
The Nissan Leaf in Europe has become one of the top selling electric cars, and in the case of one nation, the top selling vehicle overall.
Nissan crosses the 100,000 vehicles sold threshold for its Leaf all-electric car.
Nissan announces pricing and details for the 2014 Leaf, setting the base cost at around $29,000 starting.
A Leaf electric car driver in Washington State cross the 100,000 mile mark, so Nissan arranges a little party for him.
Nissan completes a field test of a system which makes use of energy stored in Leaf batteries to help provide power to a building.
Nissan, working with a scent researcher, develops what it thinks its the ideal smell representing its zero emissions Leaf electric car.
Nissan completes its first official road test on a public expressway of an autonomous electric Leaf.
Nissan takes autonomous driving to the roads of Japan in a specially modified Leaf after being cleared by governmental officials.
Nissan offers up Leaf electric cars and related power supply systems to help meet the energy needs of Japanese roadside rest areas and related communities.