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Nissan helps Thailand turn over a new ‘Leaf’

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As interest in electric vehicles (EVs) continues to grow in Thailand, Japanese automaker Nissan has donated one of its Leaf cars to the Thailand Automotive Institute’s EV Technology and Innovation Learning Centre.
It’s intended as a learning resource for small and medium-sized enterprises and manufacturers of EV parts.
Nissan Motor Thailand vice president for government relations Piengjai Keawsuwan formally presented the Leaf to Industry Ministry Permanent Secretary Somchai Harnhirun at the centre’s recent opening.
Nissan regards EV technology as one of its landmark Nissan Intelligent Mobility solutions.
Nissan introduced the Leaf – the world’s first mass-produced EV – in 2010 and it has become the world’s best-selling EV, with more than 277,000 units sold to date.

Published : August 03, 2017

By : The Nation