“The new Model will be packed with our most advanced technologies and promises to raise the bar”, yet is described by Nissan as a ‘redesign’ and not necessarily an all-new car.
The new LEAF will offer autonomous driving technology in the form of Nissan Pro-Pilot, along with what Nissan refers to as an e-Pedal enabling single pedal driving similar to that found in the BMW i3.
One fact still not known is the size of the battery on offer, a key factor in the possible range. The new LEAF will be more aerodynamic than the current helping improve efficiency, yet battery size is still that one key question I am continually asked.
The world premiere for the new Nissan LEAF will take place on September 6, 2017 in Japan and will be broadcast live online, driveEV will be sure to bring the latest information on this much awaiting launch.