Olympic Gold Medalist Tests Nissan LEAF For 6 Weeks Under UK’s Go Ultra Low Campaign – Video

3 years ago by Mark Kane 5

Olympian Amy Williams collects her Nissan LEAF

Olympian Amy Williams collects her Nissan LEAF

Olympian Amy Williams collects her Nissan LEAF

Olympian Amy Williams collects her Nissan LEAF

Amy Williams, English former skeleton racer and Olympic gold medalist from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, has switched over to an EV.

Amy is supporting the Go Ultra Low scheme to lower emissions and, according to the video, she really seems to love the Nissan LEAF.

Hopefully, her adventure with EVs will not end after the 6-weeks of tests.

“Olympian Amy Williams MBE is putting a Nissan LEAF through its paces for six weeks, as part of the Government’s Go Ultra Low scheme. Watch this video to find out her verdict so far.”

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5 responses to "Olympic Gold Medalist Tests Nissan LEAF For 6 Weeks Under UK’s Go Ultra Low Campaign – Video"

    1. basementman says:

      The car or the tester?

      1. Joshua Burstyn says:

        Yes.

        She is a great spokeswoman and indeed a looker.

  1. Just_Chris says:

    There is something beautifully ironic about a skier doing something to fight climate change.

    I think the more “normal” people that we can get in EV’s the better.

  2. io says:

    Cool campaign, but how exactly did Toyota get their logo in there?
    Is it because they “go ultra low” in their recent anti-plugin ads?..