carwings is a Go package and command-line tool providing access to
the Nissan Leaf Carwings API.
Through the Carwings API you can ask your vehicle for the latest data, see current battery and charging statuses, see the current climate control state, start or stop climate control remotely, and remotely start charging.
carwings tool can be installed with:
go install github.com/joeshaw/carwings/cmd/carwings@latest
carwings by itself to see full usage information.
To update vehicle information:
carwings -username <username> -password <password> -region <region code> update
To get latest battery status:
carwings -username <username> -password <password> -region <region code> battery
This will print something like:
Logging into Carwings... Getting latest retrieved battery status... Battery status as of 2017-08-06 15:43:00 -0400 EDT: Capacity: 240 / 240 (92%) Crusing range: 114 miles (107 mi with AC) Plug-in state: not connected Charging status: not charging Time to full: Level 1 charge: 8h30m0s Level 2 charge: 3h0m0s Level 2 at 6 kW: 2h30m0s
For some people the username is an email address. For others it's a distinct username.
The regions are:
|Nissan Region||Carwings Region Code|
Config values can be provided through environment variables (such as
CARWINGS_USERNAME) or in a
~/.carwings file in the format:
username <username> password <password> region NA
carwings server is run, an HTTP server is started with endpoints
for retrieving battery and climate info, and for starting charging and
toggling the climate control system. This can be handy for building
home automation workflows. I use this with IFTTT
so that I can use the Google Assistant to start warming up my car.
The endpoints are:
GET /battery GET /climate POST /charging/on POST /climate/on POST /climate/off
POST endpoints take no request body.
Josh Perry's protocol reference was incredibly helpful for the development of this library.
Jason Horne has a Python implementation: https://github.com/jdhorne/pycarwings2
Phil Cole has taken it, ported it to Python 3, and is carrying it forward: https://github.com/filcole/pycarwings2
Guillaume Boudreau has a PHP implementation: https://github.com/gboudreau/nissan-connect-php
Tobias Westergaard Kjeldsen has created a Dart library for carwings as well as an Android app.
A new North America-only API is being tracked in issue #3, and more information is available there.
Issues and pull requests are welcome. When filing a PR, please make
sure the code has been run through
Copyright 2017-2020 Joe Shaw
carwings is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file