The New Nissan Leaf is already creating a buzz and it seems those that snubbed the previous models Marmite (love it or hate it) style are now lining up for the new look Leaf that looks set to propel Nissan even further ahead in field electric motoring.
Lets take a look at some of the unique selling points of the new Nissan Leaf.
100% electric, the new Nissan LEAF will be equipped with a 40kWh battery giving an estimated 235-mile NEDC range (subject to homologation). A dramatic increase to the older models 124-155 NEDC published ranges for their 24 and 30 kWh batteries.
When e-Pedal is activated, drivers can use just the accelerator pedal to accelerate, decelerate and stop. One-pedal operation lets drivers stop the car completely and hold it in position – even on a steep uphill slope. It is said that most drivers could cover more than 90% of their driving needs just with the e-Pedal.
Smart technology that can step in when you most need it. ProPILOT allows you to set your speed & then remain centered in lane, it maintains speed and distance and can also bring the car to a complete stop.
New Shape and Look
Designed with Nissans V-motion signature for a modern front appearance, it has also lost the somewhat bulbus front lamps of the previous model and given the car boomerang designed LED front and rear LED lamps.
Additional design features include, a new flat badge which incorporates pedestrian recognition, aero alloy wheels, blue accent moulding, a spacious and flexible boot with 65L additional storage (435L in total) and an optional powered panoramic roof. The charging sockets have also had an upgrade, with both Type 2 and Chademo socket for Rapid Charging.
With pricing for the new Nissan Leaf expected to be released in the coming weeks, customers are already starting to pre-order for much anticipated January/February delivery time.
You can pre-order your Nissan Leaf with a fully refundable deposit through Fuel Included Ltd