The event is hosted by the Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry and Nikkei Inc. and will take place from December 9 through 11, 2010, at the Tokyo Big Sight.
The Japanese manufacturer will showcase its most innovative technologies, which represent Nissan's commitment to reduce CO2 emissions, and will promote a sustainable mobility society. The spotlight in the automaker's booth will be on Nissan's complete clean mobility solution, the all-electric, zero-emission Nissan LEAF. Visitors will also be able to test-drive the world's first mass-marketed and affordable EV before it hits the market in December 20.
Nissan will present its vision of a zero-emission mobility society via a 'Smart House' that features a next-generation electricity management system installed, the Nissan LEAF and EV batteries, as well as a three-dimensional scale model of a future city with EVs and a cut model of the LEAF, displaying the internal mechanisms of the car.
Green technologies, such as the Idling Stop system for the new March and a cut model of the new Fuga's hybrid system, will be presented through various displays and panels. In addition, the Eco-drive Navigator function installed in the new Serena will be available for testing by visitors.