Autonomous Nissan LEAF – Fully Charged Video

Bobby Llewelyn, March 30, 2017 Our first ride in a fully autonomous car on public roads in the UK. Nissan very kindly arranged this experience, I’d particularly like to that Tetsuya Iijima, who is ‘not’ driving the car, he had been showing this vehicle to numerous journalists before we arrived but still showed great enthusiasm. Original article source

Nissan confirms that the ‘new LEAF’ will get a range of 200 miles, ProPILOT, and it’s coming in ‘near future’

Fred Lambert, January 7, 2017, Nissan’s keynote at CES in Las Vegas was kind of disappointing. The company was rumored to unveil its first long-range all-electric vehicle to compete against GM’s Chevy Bolt EV and Tesla’s Model 3. Instead, the company only confirmed that the vehicle is coming “in the near future”. It looks we will have to wait…

Seacharger: fully autonomous, solar-powered boat journeys across the Pacific

Seacharger: fully autonomous, solar-powered boat journeys across the Pacific Nathaniel Kobza,, August 22, 2016 This month we reported on an EV enthusiast who transformed their Bayliner into an all-electric boat using Tesla battery modules. Now we take a look at a team of individuals who have their autonomous, solar-powered boat, dubbed the Seacharger, traversing the Pacific ocean towards New Zealand….