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Japanese technology helps in clean and safe transportation Aug 27, 6:53 pm

Tokyo, Aug 27 (ANI): Nissan Leaf is the first mainstream all-electric vehicle by a Japanese car manufacturer. The company, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., introduced it in Japan and the United States in December 2010. Now, it is the best-selling electric car in the global car market. Nissan Leaf, a zero-emission car, produces no tailpipe pollution or greenhouse gas emissions at the point of operation. It reduces dependence on petroleum, too. The car is powered by laminated compact lithium-ion batteries, which generate power output of over 90kW, while its electric motor delivers 80 kW/ 280Nm. The battery can be charged up to 80 per cent of its full capacity in just 30 minutes. The charging costs less than 300 Yen. Nissan manufactured the first electric vehicle – Tama Electric Vehicle – way back in 1947.


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