In the past, the first car people bought with a plug-in hybrid battery pack was a Volkswagen Golf.
Since then, it’s been the cheapest, most common form of electric car, which means it’s not really a car.
This is the first time it’s cost more than the next cheapest one, the Toyota Prius.
The average car has only four battery packs, but the Nissan Leaf, the cheapest EV currently available in the UK, has 10.
The Nissan Leaf is one of the most expensive EVs in the world, costing more than £30,000.
And that’s not counting the battery.
Nissan is not the only car maker looking to make the most of a cheap EV, and it’s a trend that’s spreading in the electric vehicle industry.
The company’s first electric car was the Leaf.
But it cost a lot more than that, because the company had to pay for all of the battery and inverter technology.
That means you can’t buy an EV from Nissan and expect to be able to get the battery back for free.
You’ll have to pay to get it, either with a car loan, or a credit card.
But the company says it’s doing this because it’s important to its customers.
Nissan said it’s the most important factor in the company’s business and the decision to go to electric was a way of ensuring its customers are happy with its product.
‘We know our customers really like their Nissan Leaf,’ Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said.
‘I think it’s going to be a very good selling point for us to show our customers how much we care about our customers, and we want to make sure that they are satisfied.
‘In the long run, the customers will benefit and Nissan will benefit from this.
‘The best thing about the Leaf is that you get a car for less money.
So it’s more affordable and you get better value.’
Nissan has been making EVs since 2000.
Its first car was a hybrid, with two electric motors and an inverter.
Its second car was its first fully electric car.
It has since expanded into more electrified models, including the Leaf and Leaf EV.
The Leaf was the company first car with a battery pack, but it’s now available in other vehicles.
Nissan says that in the long term, it plans to make a range of electric cars, from zero to 100 kilometres (62 miles) per charge, but only as many as it can sell in a year.
It’s trying to make EVs affordable, too, to make them more competitive with petrol cars.
Nissan aims to sell its Leaf and other EVs at a cost below £30.
Nissan expects that by 2020, around 80 per cent of all cars sold in the United Kingdom will be electric.
It expects that the next year, it will sell around 10 per cent less cars than in 2020.
And it expects that it will keep going down the road of electric, until it reaches around 50 per cent.
The biggest demand for the Nissan range comes from the big city, where people will need to drive for work.
The car maker said that in 2025, its Leaf, Leaf E and Leaf R will be the most popular electric cars in the country.
It will have around 200,000 sales in Britain.