LEAF owners can look for these new stations through Nissan’s EZ-Charge smartphone app, while i3 owners can use their car’s ConnectedDrive. But since they’re located near shopping and dining establishments, as well as frequently traveled routes, they’re bound to come across the new chargers every without the apps’ help. In order to better compete with Tesla and its Superchargers, Nissan and BMW are planning to add 50 more fast-charging stations this year.
BMW and Nissan launch 174 new dual-plug EV chargers in the US – Engadget
Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017