The first Nissan EV, equipped with lead-batteries.
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Modern style 5 seater electric vehicle powered by forty 2V lead batteries.
A concept car exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1970
Two-person riding compact truck powered solely by a lead-acid battery and equipped with DC series motor
The first experimental EV that adopted an induction motor
A concept car exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1985
Designed for use in resorts More than 40 units sold to resort hotels
Developed jointly by five Japanese vehicle manufacturers
Sold mainly to the Yokohama City government
A convertible designed as a lead car in motorcades
For short-range driving
A concept car exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1991
For short-range driving
Equipped with an air conditioner, power steering and other conveniences
Sold mainly to electric power companies
A concept car exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995
Powered by lithium-ion batteries
Prairie Joy EV
The world's first electric vehicle equipped with a (cylindrical type) lithium-ion battery
(called the R’nessa EV
Released in Japan. The Altra EV was fleet-tested and sold in the state of
Nissan's ultra-compact electric vehicle, released in Japan
Unveiled at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show
A next-generation concept EV and the world's first vehicle equipped with a laminated lithium-ion battery enabling a more compact layout
Unveiled at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show
Powered by Nissan's "Super Motor" electric motor/generator and using compact lithium-ion batteries
Debuts at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show
Its laminated lithium-ion battery has double the capacity of cylindrical batteries, giving it an extended driving range.
An all-electric prototype vehicle equipped with a laminated lithium-ion battery, scheduled for release in 2010.
Exhibited at the 2008 Paris Motor Show
Nissan's vision for the future of urban transportation is encapsulated in Nuvu, literally a 'new view' of the type of car.
An all-electric prototype to demonstrate the superior driving pleasure of a pure zero-emission vehicle. The vehicle is based on a newly developed EV platform designed for the Nissan LEAF.
An all-electric vehicle powered by laminated compact lithium-ion batteries designed for mass-market. Slated for launch in late 2010 in Japan, the United States, and Europe
Exhibited at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. The totally new concept represents the possibility of next generation electric vehicles.
Exhibited at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. It is designed to offer zero-emissions mobility to a future generation of home-based, innovative entrepreneurs who are creative and tech-savvy.
Unveil at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. It has captured the excitement of a sports car and the environmental benefits of an electric vehicle and blended them into one dramatic two-seater concept.
Exhibited at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. Building on the pioneering PIVO 1 and PIVO 2, the new PIVO 3 concept moves from the realm of imagination into a fully-evolved vehicle that envisions life in tomorrow's cities.
The innovative Nissan e-NV200 Concept, which makes it world debut at the 2012 North American Auto Show, serves as more evidence of Nissan's leadership position in the zero-emission automotive industry.
Unveil at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show
Based on the Nissan NV200, a multi-purpose commercial van, the e-NV200 combines the interior roominess and versatility of the NV200 with the acceleration performance and quietness of an electric vehicle (EV).
Developed from concept cars first shown at the Tokyo Auto Show in 2013