- Japanese firm says LEAF is just the beginning
- Plug-in van, luxury Infiniti and city car expected
- Partnership with Renault means a total of 8 vehicles
Nissan is looking to expand its range of electric vehicles to four cars, starting in 2012 with a plug-in van.
Following what the Japanese brand hopes is a successful inception for the LEAF, it plans to build on its humble battery-powered beginnings with a raft of new vehicles designed solely to run on electricity.
According to Nissan's President and C.E.O. Carlos Ghosn, the Nissan/Infiniti brand sees electric motoring as the future.
"Nissan's an innovative and exciting brand with a clear vision of the future of transportation, which we call sustainable mobility," said Ghosn. "With three other electric vehicles in the pipeline from Nissan - and with the imminent market introduction of four additional electric vehicles from our Alliance partner Renault - Nissan LEAF represents a significant first step toward a zero-emission future."