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Nissan LEAF: Voted "Car of the Year" in Japan

At the end of year approaching, we were presented the "Car of the Year" which is often the result of analyzes from specialized journalists from various countries around the world.

Thus, last week as part of the holding of the International Motor Show in Tokyo, the Nissan LEAF has received the title of "Car of the Year" in Japan.

In 32 years of existence in the country of the rising sun, this is the very first time a car powered entirely to electricity won this honor in Japanese soil.

Since its inception in any recent work, the Nissan LEAF has already sold over 20 000 copies, including the Japanese and North American markets.

Currently, the LEAF is produced has the Oppama plant in Japan. The next year, it will also be produced in Smyrna in the United States and from 2013 Sunderland in England.

Recall that the Renault-Nissan industrial group has invested more than 4 billion euros in the development of electric vehicles and the consequent level of infrastructure.

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