Nissan and Wallbox to offer seamless home charging solution for Nissan EV owners
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June22, 2022) – Nissan has been committed to bring all-electric mobility to the masses for over a decade with the Nissan LEAF. Now Nissan and Wallbox (NYSE:WBX), a leading provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, are working together to deliver Nissan electric vehicle owners a seamless one-stop shop solution for their home charging needs.
Starting in early July, Nissan EV owners nationwide will be able to purchase Wallbox’s Pulsar Pluslevel 2 home charger and schedule installation through the NissanUSA.com website – streamlining the process for experienced and new EV owners alike. Nissan will provide a rebate on the charger and installation to customers who purchase through the program.
The Pulsar Plus charger – the company’s best-seller – is one of the smallest smart universalEV chargers in North America, and can be installed in homes, apartment buildings and other multi-unit dwellings.
“As we continue our efforts to make EVs more accessible, this new program with Wallbox allows us to offer a simple solution for EV owners looking to install a home charger,” said Aditya Jairaj, Director, EV marketing and sales strategy, Nissan U.S. “This initiative will make it easier and more convenient for more consumers to switch to EVs.”
Nissan’s current EV offerings include the LEAF, on sale now with a refreshed design for the 2023 model year, and the all-new Ariya electric crossover, which will go on sale this fall.
Under its long-term vision, Nissan Ambition 2030, Nissan is prioritizing EVs and advanced technology with a $17.6 billion investment and 23 electrified models globally, including 15 new EVs. By 2030, in the U.S., 40% of Nissan vehicle sales will be fully electric, with more to be electrified.
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