Nissan Leaf facelift: More dynamic design and technology
The time has come for the Nissan LEAF to accept the first essential facelift, offering it a more dynamic design, as well as even more technology elements.
The refreshed Nissan LEAF initially acquires in its exterior design a new, “closed” and single grille in black for the grille, flanked by the redesigned lights, as well as the changed and sportier bumper.
New and very impressive design are the 16- and 17-inch wheels, in black with white edges, while in addition to these, there is a redesigned Nissan emblem on the front and rear of the car as well as in the center of the wheels.
A new color gamut accompanies the refreshed LEAF, with a choice of 6 different shades and 2 two-tone body panels.
Nissan also enhances the PRESENCE of the LEAF with the existence of a complete palette of safety systems, with a focus on ProPILOT technology, which among other things can automatically maintain a constant distance from the front vehicle, as well as brake, stop and restart the car.
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A characteristic feature of the LEAF remains the famous e-Pedal, through which the electric model slows down and stops, simply by leaving the accelerator pedal and without the use of a brake.
At the same time, the revamped Nissan LEAF also carries the NissanConnect multimedia system with many connectivity capabilities of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. An important element is also the NissanConnect app, through which the owner can remotely operate car functions such as air conditioning.
The Nissan LEAF fThe Nissan LEAF facelift model is expected in Europe in April.