Nissan offers EV app for smartphones

Aug. 5, 2011
Nissan North America is releasing a smartphone application designed to allow owners of its new all-electric Leaf sedan to remotely check the vehicle’s battery charge status, available range, even begin the recharging process

Nissan North America is releasing a smartphone application designed to allow owners of its new all-electric Leaf sedan to remotely check the vehicle’s battery charge status, available range, even begin the recharging process.

This new app is available to anyone with a Nissan Leaf and an active Carwings subscription, noted Trisha Jung, director of vehicle connected cervices for Nissan North America, allowing owners to access critical information points such as:

  • Check the state of the battery charge
  • Begin charging
  • Check when battery charge is complete
  • See estimated driving range
  • Turn the climate control system on or off

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