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Nissan Leaf And Its Maker’s Plans For Green Car Dominance

As the all-electric Nissan Leaf celebrates two years of sales just completed, its manufacturer is gearing up to go more into green car development as it tries to wrestle market share away from the likes of GM and Toyota. Major markers for this grand plan include word Nissan’s largest lithium-ion battery plant in the U.S. is now open for business in Tennessee, how the automaker is targeting making the already green powered Leaf even more eco-friendly and what other eco-car initiatives the company has planned.

Nissan said globally, since December 2010, it has delivered over 46,000 Leafs to customers. Over 18,000 of those alone are here in the United States. With the retooling of its operations in Tenn., plans are now well under way to bring much of the production of the 2013 Leaf and beyond to our shores. To this end, the battery plant just opened will be capable of expanding to produce modules for up to 200,000 batteries annually depending on market demand. Those batteries can serve as the power source for the all-electric Nissan Leaf and for future vehicles that could be added to the portfolio.


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