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New LEAF wins WhatCar? Best Electric Car 2018

Simply an amazing start to the year

The British-built New Nissan LEAF has won Best Electric Car at the WhatCar? 2018 Awards. With Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies such as ProPilot and e-Pedal, it didn’t win just because it’s electric.

WhatCar? Editor Steve Huntingford says the LEAF won because it “combines excellent performance with generous standard equipment and low running costs.”

In the Technology Award-category, Nissan xStorage received a commendation for technology that uses recycled Nissan EV batteries to store energy when prices are low. It also gives customers the power to profit by selling excess energy back to the National Grid.


At Nissan, we believe in a sustainable tomorrow, and we're convinced that it will only happen if we act now. That's why we're leading the work on electric mobility solutions to shape smart cities and create a future of innovation today.


Join the electric revolution. Start driving the car of the future, today. Nissan's pionnering range of 100% electric cars and vans offer top class performance and cutting edge technology, allowing you to enjoy your drive while producing zero emissions.

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