Nissan LEAF Electric Car Debuts in Los Angeles

Nissan is debuting its all electric car, the LEAF, in North America today in Los Angeles. (See the tour schedule.) The LEAF, which will be available in some states in 2010, will be mass produced in 2012. With a driving range of 100 miles, the all-electric LEAF will meet the needs of most commuters. Nissan has partnered with some states and municipalities on the development of an electric-vehicle infrastructure: Tennessee, Oregon, Sonoma County (CA), San Diego, Phoenix, Tucson, Washington D.C., Seattle, Raleigh, and Vancouver. To make electric cars work, you need quality cars, advanced battery technology, and an accessible charging network – Nissan is working on all three.

Watch the video on Nissan’s vision for the Zero Emission’s future.

Nissan Zero Emissions Video
Nissan Zero Emissions Video

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Mike has roots in the automotive service industry. He began diagnosing and fixing cars at a young age in his family’s service station. He has worked in automotive parts supply stores, towing companies, and service facilities. After graduating from St. Cloud State University (MN) with a Bachelor’s degree, he implemented and taught a basic car care program at the high school level. During work on his Master’s degree at Illinois State University (IL), he was a curriculum specialist on a National Science Foundation project where he co-authored ten integrated mathematics, science, and technology books designed for team teaching. Mike has also supervised teachers in Career and Technology Education as a school system administrator.

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