Nissan has taken residence in Federation Square in Melbourne to celebrate the launch of the Nissan Leaf. The exhibition Nissan has setup asks the public to consider a world without petrol, and what would they do with the bowsers?

If you pop down and check it out you’ll discover in the exhibition that everything on display has been created from 38 recycled petrol bowsers. There’s everything from a grand fountain and a popcorn machine by artists including James Dive from The Glue Society.

So why is Nissan asking the public to imagine a world without petrol? The Nissan Leaf is a fully electric vehicle which only requires a power plug to recharge its batteries and will be available in dealers from next month. We look forward to seeing it on the roads as one of the first forays into electric driving in Australia.

If you want to see the exhibition yourself you have until 6pm today (23 May 2012) to see it at Federation Square!

Photo Credit/Source: Nissan Leaf Australia Facebook Page

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