Nissan Leaf

The 2018 Nissan Leaf now boasts a better aerodynamic structure in its second generation

And improves the driving dynamics of the car, which allows the popular electric vehicle to cover more distance on a single charge. The new design made the car more aerodynamic, improving the stability of the vehicle in return. The aircraft wings also help to achieve a smoother and more efficient drive quality with a more symmetrical airflow. The overall design of the new-genetic Nissan Micra is more aggressive than the model it will replace.

Nissan has launched its next all-electric Leaf

It embodies three main aspects of its EV philosophy, smart power, smart driving, and intelligent integration, as per Nissan. The new Nissan Leaf is full of forward-looking technology. Some of the main features involve self-driving ProPilot. It is a driving feature with a single-wheel movement that is able to follow the driver with a speed between 30 and 100 kph in the front of the vehicle. Then there is the ProPilot Park which controls acceleration, braking, handling, shift changing, and parking breaks, with the aid of 12 Ultrasonic sensors and four high-res cameras around the vehicle.

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The Nissan Leaf is also promising to be one of the safest cars. Safety equipment includes Smart Lane Intervention, Lane Departure Warning, Smart Emergency Braking, Blind Spoke Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Intelligent Moving Object Detection Around View Monitor, and Emergency Pedal Assistance.

Below is a powertrain that pumps 150 hp of power and 320 nm torque with an improved electric motor. This is 38% and 26% higher power and torque than their predecessor. Without increasing its size, the new 40kWh battery pack receives more energy. This means that energy density is 67% higher than the 2010 model. The lithium-ion battery delivers an estimated 400 km range, even when the power plant packages more oomoph.

Daniele Schillaci is the Nissan Motor Company’s Global Sales and Marketing Director. He confirmed that this year the all-new Nissan Leaf will be thoroughly tested in India.