With the second generation of the LEAF 2018, Nissan is coming to show in practice the evolution in the field of electrification. Offering a family car that provides more autonomy of movement, always the economic and ecological characteristics of an electric car, as well as expanded elements of comfort and safety technology.
Nissan Leaf of 2018 features an electric motor of 110kw (147 hp), the battery is 40 kWh, while acceleration 0-100 takes 8.5 seconds. In the video below you can see how long the Nissan Leaf needs to accelerate from stop to 100km / h but also the top speed it can reach!
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Description from YouTube channel VMax :
2018 Nissan Leaf is the second generation EV that features a 40 kWh battery pack with an EPA-rated range of 243 km (151 miles) on a single charge (WLTP). The electric motor produces 110 kilowatts (150 HP) and 320-newton meters (236 lb⋅ft) of torque.
Propilot Assist is available on the highest trim level for additional cost. The Propilot system features lane-centering technology and can park by itself by just holding the Propilot Park switch.
This is the Nissan Leaf acceleration test from 0 to 100 km/h and to the maximal speed.