Nissan unleashes all-new LEAF NISMO RC

TOKYO – The all-new Nissan LEAF NISMO RC, an electric race car with more than double the maximum power and torque output of its predecessor, was unveiled today in Tokyo.

The unveiling took place at Nissan Crossing in the city’s Ginza district. The car, which was developed by Nissan’s racing arm, NISMO, with its race technology know-how, will officially debut on Dec. 2 at the annual NISMO Festival at Fuji International Speedway, appearing alongside Nissan’s new Formula E electric race car.

With dual electric motors, all-wheel drive and an aggressive, restyled body shape, the purpose-built car demonstrates how Nissan’s electric vehicle technology can deliver exciting yet quiet, zero-emission power – a key component of the company’s Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision. The model is equipped with advanced battery technology and drivetrain components from the Nissan LEAF, the world’s best-selling electric car.

“The all-new LEAF NISMO RC shows how we’re setting our sights even higher when it comes to raw power and performance – making electric vehicles even more exciting for customers,” said Executive Vice President Daniele Schillaci, Nissan’s global head of marketing, sales and electric vehicles. “It’s our most thrilling expression yet of the philosophy of Nissan Intelligent Mobility.”

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Devon Gee says:

Now we’re talkin

Karsten Nøkling says:


Vasileios Petropoulos says:

What about the new 60kw Nissan leaf? With thermal. Management??

lightning mcqueen says:


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Cameron says:

I want one

741回送娘 says:


Benjamin Orlowski says:

I thought RC meant Remote Control. I guess it means Race Car.

Aki Hara says:


Patrick Soon says:

Nissan needs to make this a halo car like the Acura NSX. It looks even better than the current Nissan GT-R!

Lucas Raccon says:

*Oh my god i need it*

MultiRokusho says:

S16 when?

ant l says:

I’d buy one for $60k

Dash SS says:

This looks a hell of a lot better than what they have been pushing.

木下茂 says:

ヒィエ〜 ニスモリーフ載っているけどコリャカッコイイ!

Vertex87 Productions says:

I want this car!

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João Paulo says:

Nissan parabéns pelo seu desempenho ao longo desses anos

RookieClasher says:


Jay Trock says:

Another prototype that won’t finish. I am all for making cars outside the box, but you guys abandon as soon as they fail. Vs. making them better.

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Gigantic Alpha says:

this should be the new Nissan GTR
better look than the GTR50 n look more sporty
so well design

Buck says:

Can I buy one?

King Montero says:

Nissan, please post a replay video regarding the press conference of the 2019 Nissan Maxima and Murano launch at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show.

S. Sawairi says:


HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos says:

LEAF? what a lame name guys… What does that have to do electric sports cars? If you want to sell e-cars to the public follow Tesla… please – May I suggest macho names – Thunder, Lightning, Super Nova, Sun, etc – probably already copyrighted but don’t go with a limp LEAF. Next up the FIG, the PRUNE, THE ICEBERG LETTUCE and the KALE? I own and use to love your Twin Turbo Nissan 1990 300ZX and currently own the same car remade the 2005 Infiniti G35 with the same performance – pathetic evolution… I might have to go to the boring BMWs as Japanese design has gone kale on me?! Ugh.

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