Nissan has officially taken the wraps of its new Nissan Leaf 2018 at the 2018 Singapore Motor Show. Formerly, the second-gen EV was introduced for the first time in North America in September 2017 with a new design and new techs.
2018 Nissan LEAF Base Trim walkaround
The show car was brought in from the home country of Japan and just serves as a preview at this car event. In passing, for 2018, the Leaf is sold at 3,150,360 yen in the Japanese market.
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Nissan has officially taken the wraps off its new Nissan Leaf 2018 at the 2018 Singapore Motor Show
In the new Nissan Leaf, the electric motor is a revolutionary alteration. When compared to the first-gen Leaf, it now churns out 26% more torque and 38% more power than the predecessor. Accordingly, the total output and torque are 148 hp and 320 Nm, respectively. On top of that, a higher-capacity 40 kWh lithium-ion battery pack also helps to increase the driving range to 378 km over 250 km of the last Leaf.
The show car was brought in from the home country Japan and just serves as a preview at this car event
Speaking of the new look, the Nissan Leaf 2018 converges elements of both the March and IDS Concept but it’s more attractive. Striking cues consist of a floating roof look, an iconic V-Motion front grille as well a boomerang light signature.
The Nissan Leaf 2018 converges elements of both the March and IDS Concept
Stepping inside, if the information was displayed on a dual-tier approach display in the previous model, the second-gen has welcomed a single instrument one. The infotainment system, air vents, and climate control switchgear are all repositioned as well. The push start button currently sits below the climate controls. Nearby are automated parking and e-Pedal functions buttons. To a greater extent, the company’s ProPILOT system is available in the car which is in charge of the self-driving task.
The infotainment system, air vents, and climate control switchgear are all repositioned