• It's been 10 years since the first mass-market electric vehicle, Nissan's Leaf, made its debut.
• As electric vehicles become more popular around the world, the Japanese carmaker focuses on 10 insights learned from a decade.
• The EV unites advanced technology zero-emission driving.
Nissan's Leaf was instrumental in introducing the concept of an electric vehicle (EV) to consumers when it was launched in 2010.
A decade later and South Africa has four EVs on sale, namely the BMW i3, Jaguar I-Pace, Mini Cooper SE and the Porsche Taycan.
There are a smattering of Leafs on local roads, and it deserves credit in getting the proverbial ball rolling with charging stations and zero-emission driving.
The Japanese company takes a look at how far the Leaf and the world of electrified driving has evolved over the past decade when it became the first mass-market EV.
In Europe sales of EVs have surged with 132% year-on-year increase in battery electric vehicle registrations from July to September 2020.
Nissan sheds light on fascinating insights, from increased power and range to its sustainable future.