Nissan extends partnership with Zapmap

Nissan extends its partnership with Zapmap, ensuring easy EV charging for customers

Olly Goodall

Nissan has extended its long-term partnership with Zapmap to continue ensuring the EV charging process remains straightforward and hassle-free.

The agreement means most purchasers of new Nissan electric vehicles will continue to be provided with a free Zapmap Premium subscription that includes in-car support via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. 

For private, business and Motability purchasers of LEAF and ARIYA, a three-year Premium subscription will be provided from the date of the vehicle’s registration. The offer applies to models registered up to and including December 31st 2024 – and now also includes the Townstar electric van.

For almost a decade now, Zapmap has delivered the most comprehensive map and dataset of electric vehicle charging points in the UK, displaying 95% of public chargers in its app and desktop map, including live status information for over 75% of public charge points.


Nissan extends partnership with Zapmap

The offer now covers the Townstar electric van as well the ARIYA and LEAF.


Zapmap recently began mapping charge points in mainland Europe. Electric car drivers can now use the app and desktop map to search and filter for certain charge points in France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.

Its core features allow drivers to search, plan and pay for EV charging, while Zapmap Premium provides a number of additional benefits – such as unlimited filters and route plans when using the app to search for chargers and plan journeys – as well as the ability to access Zapmap within the in-car dashboard via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. 

This means drivers can find a suitable charger quickly and easily by viewing live charge point data, accessing route plans, and linking to a navigation app for turn-by-turn directions.


Zapmap mobile app

The extension of the partnership is a natural progression for Zapmap and Nissan.


James Bird, EV Product Manager at Nissan Motor GB, said:

“Nissan is thrilled to continue its partnership with Zapmap, and, as a result, help motorists experience an integrated electrified drive. Nissan have always been pioneers of the electric vehicle market and Zapmap leads the way for charge mapping.

‘‘This extension of our partnership is a natural progression as both companies continue to pave the way for intuitive electric travel.”

Alex Earl, Commercial Director at Zapmap, said:

“I’m very happy to confirm Zapmap’s continuing partnership with Nissan. With drivers increasingly making the switch to electric, our focus is on making charging simple, and that’s exactly what this partnership helps to achieve.

“It can sometimes be hard to find suitable chargers while driving. By enabling access to Zapmap within the in-car dashboard, our Premium offering makes navigation that much easier for EV drivers."


Nissan extends partnership with Zapmap to include Townstar

Most purchasers of new Nissan electric vehicles will receive a free Zapmap Premium subscription.


“We work extremely hard to understand the views of EV drivers, and that’s how we came to develop Zapmap Premium. So it’s fantastic to see the partnership continue into 2024 and expand to include the Townstar electric van," Earl continued.

“Zapmap displays well over 50,000 public charge points in the UK, and many thousands more across mainland Europe. We look forward to making EV navigation easy for increasing numbers of Nissan’s electric vehicle customers, enabling LEAF, ARIYA and Townstar drivers to enjoy a seamless on-the-road charging experience, wherever they go.”