(REPOST: Clean Technica)
Nissan LEAF owners love their LEAFs. I know through experience that this is true. How nice it is that due to the efforts of Nissan innovators, the 2018 Nissan LEAF is now recognized and awarded internationally just like its original incarnation was.
What am I talking about? As indicated in the title, Nissan reports that the new Nissan LEAF has taken top honours at the 2018 CES (Consumer Electronics Show), as a 2018 Best of Innovation winner.
It seems like the blink of an eye since the 2018 Nissan LEAF made debut and Nissan showed the world what it had reimagined for a thoroughly improved second-generation LEAF. The range on the new 2018 Nissan LEAF is nearly double that of the first-generation, 85-mile LEAF. The 2018 LEAF enhances the range without tripling the capacity of the battery, and without taking space away from passengers. Many feel the new Nissan LEAF competes at the top of its class, and this recent award backs up that impression.
The Nissan LEAF is surely aiming for many more such awards. The company sets new standards in the industry, as Nissan has long been aiming to do. Still, after winning before a crowd of tech industry experts in New York, you get the hunch the all-new, zero-emission, innovative Nissan LEAF will win plenty more major international award after only a brief rest.