CONGRATULATIONS to Marco Capozzoli on his appointment as Fleet Director at Nissan.
Marco succeeds Csaba Vincze who has recently taken on the role of director of network development and customer quality.
With six years of experience at Nissan – and a wide range of experience across leasing, finance and rental – Marco certainly has the right background for the fleet sector.
He added that with a 10 year heritage in electric vehicles, Nissan was in a unique position to assist company fleets wanting to transition to electric vehicles.
Capozzoli has worked as Nissan’s National Dealer Fleet Manager for nearly six years, with responsibility for managing national SME business sales performance and recently establishing a national van sales strategy. Prior to this, he worked in a number of roles at VW Group Leasing, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services and Hertz.
Capozzoli takes up his new role as Nissan accelerates plans for a fully electrified line-up, with Juke Hybrid and e-POWER versions of Qashqai and X-Trail all launching in the last 18 months.
These exciting new models join Nissan’s established fully electric models – LEAF and Ariya – and the Townstar EV, arriving this year.
With a class-leading range of 183 miles (WLTP combined), the all-new Townstar EV is designed to help commercial vehicle customers future-proof their business operations and help them adapt to changing emission regulations, increased urbanisation and the growth of e-commerce.
It builds on the success of the e-NV200, Nissan’s previous all-electric compact van and a former UK best-seller, and features a payload capacity of up to 800kg plus cargo space that’s large enough even on short wheelbase versions to carry two Euro pallets.
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