Nissan and Wallbox Team Up to Offer EV Owners Seamless Home Charging Solution

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As you probably already know by now, Nissan is pretty invested in bringing all-electric mobility to the masses. The LEAF EV has been on sale for over a decade now, and the Ariya electric crossover is set to go on sale this fall.
With that in mind, the Japanese carmaker has partnered up with Wallbox, a leading provider of electric vehicle charging solutions. The two firms are looking to offer Nissan EV owners a seamless home charging solution, regardless of where they live.

Starting next month, Nissan EV owners across America will be able to purchase Wallbox’s Pulsar Plus level 2 home charger – installation can be scheduled through Nissan’s official USA website. The carmaker will provide a rebate on the charger and installation to customers who purchase through this program.

The Pulsar Plus also happens to be Wallbox’s best-selling model and size-wise, it’s one of the smallest universal EV chargers available in North America, which is why it can be installed in both homes and apartment buildings, plus other various 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 Nissan U.S. marketing and sales strategy director for EVs, Aditya Jairaj. “This initiative will make it easier and more convenient for more consumers to switch to EVs.”

Current Nissan models that don’t sip any gasoline and are available to purchase in the United States include the LEAF and the all-new Ariya crossover. The former has already been refreshed for the 2023 model year, while the latter is scheduled to go on sale this fall.

Going forward, Nissan will be prioritizing electric vehicles with a $17.6 billion investment, resulting in the creation of 15 new EV models. By 2030, in the United States, 40% of Nissan’s sales will be battery electric vehicles.
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Sergiu got to experience both American and European car "scenes" at an early age (his father drove a Ford Fiesta XR2 supermini in the 80s). After spending over 15 years at local and international auto publications, he's starting to appreciate comfort behind the wheel more than raw power and acceleration.
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