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Nissan 100% electric power cars

The new way to drive.

The new way to drive.

The new way to drive.

Say goodbye to the internal combustion engine,
say hello to a new way of driving.

Say goodbye to the internal combustion engine,
say hello to a new way of driving.

Say goodbye to the internal combustion engine, say hello to a new way of driving.

A hand plugs a charger into an electric car

100% Electric POWER, driving the future

Imagine a vehicle that’s cheap to run, more environmentally friendly and instantly responsive. At Nissan, we have long understood the advantages of a battery pack powering a silent electric motor. Nissan electric vehicles offer improved range and performance to make your drive as efficient as possible. The advantages of driving an electric vehicle are numerous, but to make the most of them, there are some things to consider.

How does it all work?

How does it all work?

How does it all work?

Electricity creates motion

Electricity creates motion (and vice versa)

Electric vehicles use electricity stored in rechargeable high-voltage batteries to power an electric motor. The motor then converts the electric energy into mechanical power to drive the vehicle.

Car plugs-in

Plugs in like any other device

Electric-vehicle batteries need to be charged with electricity supplied from a power outlet, such as a plug socket at home or a public charging station. All Nissan fully electric vehicles are delivered with a cable to charge with.

Wastes no energy

Wastes no energy

With regenerative braking, energy produced while the vehicle decelerates is converted and stored in the battery. The energy is produced when the accelerator pedal is released by the driver and the momentum of the wheels turns the electric motor. With less need to use the brakes and other mechanical parts, vehicle parts can last longer.

Feel the thrill of 100% Electric

Feel the thrill of 100% Electric

Feel the thrill of 100% Electric

The elegant Nissan LEAF on the road.

LEAF

The electric family car.

Available with a 40kWh or a powerful 62kWh battery, with sleek aerodynamics and advanced technologies that give you more confidence on the road. Discover an all-new way of driving. You’ll be amazed by the Nissan LEAF.

The stunning Nissan ARIYA on a mountainous road.

ARIYA

The electric crossover.

The ARIYA crossover with e-4ORCE technology is the start of a new era of seamless, intuitive and adaptive experiences both onboard and offboard. All packaged in a sophisticated exterior design, inspired by timeless Japanese futurism.

The great e-NV200 Evalia

E-NV200 COMBI

The 5 to 7 seat electric family car.

With its 40kWh battery capacity, the 100% electric 5 or 7-seater e-NV200 Combi is perfect for any growing family, and a great choice for a more sustainable way of life with zero tailpipe emissions whilst driving.

Making the most of your 100% electric car

Making the most of your 100% electric car

Making the most of your 100% electric car

Car from a bird's-eye view driving across a bridge.

How do I charge my electric car?

How do I charge my electric car?

How do I charge my electric car?

Electric car being charged through a domestic plug

Home plug

Plug your car into the wall from your domestic socket with your EVSE cable just like a laptop or any other device, and the battery will top-up overnight. That’s probably all you will need if you just have a short commute or you don’t use your car every day. Green technology does make your life easier.

Electric car being charged with a home-charging unit.

Home AC charger

The best place to charge your electric vehicle at home is using a dedicated AC home charger. With power outputs ranging from 3kW to 22kW, depending on your electricity supply and vehicle capability, AC home chargers allow much faster charging times than using a 3-pin socket. Furthermore, the Government EV Home Charge Scheme provides a grant of up to £350 towards a home charger installation, subject to eligibility. Further details can be found at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/customer-guidance-electric-vehicle-homecharge-scheme/electric-vehicle-homecharge-scheme-guidance-for-customers

Electric car charging at a public charge point.

Public charge points

There are more than 40,000 public charging stations in Europe, including over 7,000 that offer rapid charging services—and those numbers grow every day. You can download an app to help you find and plan your next charge, and benefit from the many authorities and workplaces that offer free parking while you charge.

Are there any public charging points along my daily routes?

Are there any public charging points along my daily routes?

Are there any public charging points along my daily routes?

How can I make the most of my range?

How can I make the most of my range?

How can I make the most of my range?

A man plugs his car into a home-charging unit.

Take care of your battery

Most electric vehicles won’t experience significant battery decline under normal everyday use. A simple tip to keep your battery in shape is to avoid letting the charge drop below 5%**.

A hand holding a smartphone.

Plan your trips

Your electric vehicle’s battery is fully sufficient for your day-to-day journeys. When going on long trips, just make sure to let it take a break and charge while you stretch your legs and grab a bite to eat.

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Optimise your driving

Just like with a petrol car, small details can make a big difference to your driving efficiency charge. Speed, accelerating and braking behaviour, road conditions, the number of passengers and amount of luggage, tyre pressure and even the air temperature all play a role in the car's range.

Switching to electric, made easy with Nissan

Switching to electric, made easy with Nissan

Switching to electric, made easy with Nissan

A hand holding a smartphone, showing the NissanConnect Services app.

Remote monitoring

With the NissanConnect* Services app, you can use your phone like a remote control for your car. That means you can lock or unlock the car from anywhere, know where your car is at all times, heat it up or cool it down in advance, and even set your car to recharge when off-peak electricity is available.

A hand holding a smartphone, showing the NissanConnect Services app.

Charging points at your fingertips

The Zap-Map® app offers all the information you need at your fingertips. Find your nearest charging point on the go and feel confident all the way to your destination.

A woman charges her car through a home-charging unit.

Extended battery warranties

The lithium-ion batteries currently used in Nissan’s electric vehicles are highly reliable. On top of after-sales services, we provide extensive 8-year or 100,000 miles warranties*** on our batteries.

A closer look at the benefits of switching to an electric car

A closer look at the benefits of switching to an electric car

A closer look at the benefits of switching to an electric car

A steering wheel.

Smooth and responsive drive

Electric motors provide 100% torque, which means smooth, powerful acceleration every time, with no engine vibration and near complete silence. Just push for instant power and ease off to slow down. One pedal helps you stay in control, with the brake pedal reserved for responsive braking.

Bank notes

Low maintenance, low running costs

The first saving you’ll notice is never having to buy petrol again. Electric vehicles also have far fewer moving parts, which reduces maintenance costs. Even wear on brake pads is reduced because electric cars use the motor to slow down, which also feeds power back to the battery.

Clouds

Zero tailpipe emissions

Numerous government incentives make electric vehicles more financially appealing. You can say goodbye to tailpipe emissions and enjoy guilt free driving, knowing you’ve joined the electric revolution.

Benefit from government grants and incentives

Benefit from government grants and incentives

Benefit from government grants and incentives

A woman smiles at her husband as he adjusts the roof rack.

Lowering the cost of mobility with a £2,500 plug-in car grant

The UK Government offers an incentive for buyers of ultra-low emission vehicles. The scheme favours buyers of 100% electric vehicles, which means the 100% electric LEAF qualifies for the maximum £2,500 governmental grant.

Qualify for 100% discount on the London congestion charge

Owners of an electric car do not need to pay the London Congestion Charge, while many other vehicles pay the full £15 per day. For somebody living outside the congestion zone but driving into it five days a week for a year, this could mean an annual saving of over £3,750.

Live richer with 1% BIK for electric company-car drivers

In April 2021, the UK Government introduced new benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rates^ for the tax year 2021/22. This means company car drivers of 100% electric vehicles pay 1% BIK. We’ve worked this out as an average saving of £3,521 in the first year^*. So, why not give yourself the equivalent of a pay rise by switching you petrol or diesel company car to a 100% electric Nissan LEAF.

Discover all our electrified powertrains

Discover all our electrified powertrains

Discover all our electrified powertrains

Car from a bird's-eye view, driving a scenic route.

Images and descriptions shown are for guidance purposes. In some instances photos are of non-UK specification vehicles and do not represent a specific model, grade or offer. The features shown may not be available or may not be available as standard or only as option (at an extra charge).

*To use NissanConnect services you need a smartphone with compatible iOS or Android operating system. Services subject to mobile network coverage. NissanConnect
Services available for an additional charge on subscription after the 3rd year. For further information, please visit www.nissan.co.uk or contact your local Nissan Dealer.  

**The time of charging depends on charger specifications, vehicle on-board charger, use of Power Boost or Power Management system and way of charging.

***8 years / 100,000 miles (whichever comes first). For full terms and conditions speak to your local participating Nissan Dealership.

^1% BIK. Please seek independent tax advice. 

^*Based on 1.3 litre petrol engine with automatic transmission. 145g/km CO2, BIK 33%, 40% taxpayer. £27,755 * 33% *40%. Nissan LEAF 62kWh 0g/km CO2, BIK 1%, 40% taxpayer. £35,640 * 1% * 40%.