The New Nissan LEAF, combining greater range and advanced technologies

The New Nissan LEAF is the first Nissan model to fully represent all three areas covered by Nissan Intelligent Mobility – autonomous driving technology, electrification and connectivity.

The new Nissan LEAF, with its improved autonomy range, combined with the evolution of autonomous drive technology, such as ProPILOT Park and the simple operation of the e-Pedal, strengthens Nissan’s EV leadership, as well as the expansion of EVs globally.

Chief Vehicle Engineer Hiroki Isobe, with Aerodynamics engineer Yusuke Iinuma details the improvements and advanced technologies available in the new Nissan LEAF.

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risegs450f says:


JoeTheProgrammer says:

Seems like a great car. The biggest disappointment is the instrument cluster. The existing Leaf has a great design for it, especially the split level section so the speed is closer to the windscreen. I’m not sure what the reason is for regressing back to this outdated instrument cluster design. As another commenter said, it would be great if the European model would come with the mennekes / type 2 (3-phase) connector for 22 KW charging.

hecking heck says:

yeah thanks youtube if i get an ad in a foreign language at least automatically open subtitles

Riggald says:

250 mile / 400km, 150hp / 110kW

Decoy Ex says:

Tesla, thank you for this new product!

ZZUPER says:

shrimply amazing.

pol1250 says:

Give us 3 phase AC charging in Europe and I am in for my second Leaf !!

schwarz404 says:

One Pedal Drive!!! How cool is that 🙂

Nir Naftachi says:


Soc Ram says:

Sigoy! Nissan-Chan

azalru says:

Toyota Mirai can suck it.

Mark Heim says:

2018 Nissan Leaf (Base):
150-mile range on a full charge
40 kWh lithium-ion battery
147 horsepower
236 pound-feet of torque
Starts at $29,990
Still looks ugly

Tesla Model 3 (Base):
220 mi range on a full charge
50 kWh lithium-ion battery
258 horsepower
317 pound-feet of torque
Starts at $35,000 (and cheaper with incentives)
Looks fantastic

What are you doing Nissan? Are you trying?

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