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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

New 2018 Nissan Leaf e-Pedal driving mode revealed



It’s particularly interesting since it’s only 3 years from now and Nissan is a major player in Europe with more than 60 models under the Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun brands. In fiscal year 2016, the company sold 5.63 million vehicles globally, generating revenue of 11.72 trillion yen. Nissan engineers, manufactures and markets the world's best-selling all-electric vehicle in history The automaker revealed that the launch of the second generation of the all-electric hatchback will be on September 6, 2017. It will first be showcased in Tokyo, Japan. The electric car will then go on sale by the year of 2018.
Nissan strongly advocates on the importance of semi-autonomous technology to enhance the driving experience, a new automated parking system as part of the Japanese brand's Pro PILOT tech & It is expected to be equipped with a 30 kWh battery pack that will enable over 107 miles of range on a single charge ,the Leaf has more cargo room than the Volt, it can drive more than twice as far as the Volt using electricity (107 vs 53 miles), and it gets higher mpg-e than the Volt.The Leaf gets up to 112 mpg-e ,107 horsepower.

E-Pedal technology is another one of Nissan’s “Intelligent Mobility” solutions to make advanced driver-assistance technologies accessible to mainstream consumers , we can see The Chevrolet Bolt EV has a system similar to e-Pedal, but it requires holding paddles and changing shiftier positions, Nissan just bundles it all together into a single system. the brake pedal used for aggressive  braking situations.
It has a smartly styled and spacious cabin ,Spacious interior 5 seats ,Comfortable, composed ride ,Good range ,Low-rent cabin materials ,The Leaf's cabin is filled with high-tech features, including a user-friendly infotainment system. Drivers who are new to electric vehicles should have no trouble deciphering the information on the EV-system displays, and climate and navigation settings are easy to adjust.A rear-view camera is standard, and a 360-degree camera is optional.

Nissan has started its launch campaign for the next-generation Leaf, ahead of an expected reveal at this year's Tokyo Motor Show.A couple of electric models will come to a full stop on their own on a flat surface:
  • Nissan Leaf S
The base Nissan Leaf S starts at $30,680 and comes standard with a 3.6-kW charger, cloth upholstery, heated front seats, a four-speaker audio system, a USB port, Bluetooth, satellite radio, a 5-inch color display, push-button start, automatic climate control, and a rear-view camera. A higher capacity 6.6-kW charger is available for $1,770.

  • Nissan Leaf SV
The $34,200 SV trim comes standard with the 6.6-kW charger, upholstery made from recycled materials, a six-speaker audio system, HD Radio, a 7-inch color display, navigation, and the Nissan Connect EV telematics system. The SV Premium package costs $1,570 and adds a 360-degree camera and a seven-speaker Bose premium audio system.

Nissan leaf e-pedal competitive with other electric cars


For an all-electric car, we suggest spending the extra money on the BMW i3, which is more refined with more high-tech features and more powerful than the Leaf.but when compared with similarly priced plug-in hybrid or electric competitors, such as the Chevrolet Volt or Toyota Prius Prime, it comes up a little short. The range-topping Nissan Leaf SL costs $36,790, which is more than the priciest Prius Prime but a bit less than the top-of-the-line Volt. The all-new, all-electric Chevy Bolt starts at $36,620.The base Nissan Leaf S trim is priced at $30,680. It's well-equipped compared to other compact cars,

The Leaf has more cargo space behind the rear seats than most compact rivals do, with 23.6 cubic feet of room. Cargo capacity increases to 30 cubic feet by folding the standard 60/40-split rear seat, which is sub-par for a hatchback but better than the overall cargo space in the Toyota Prius Prime or Chevrolet Volt. The BMW i3 has less cargo room than the Leaf behind the rear seats, though it has a larger overall cargo capacity.


Charging your Nissan LEAF at home is easy with a 240-volt home charging dock. LEAF S (with available Charge Package), SV, or SL can be topped up in just about six hours.
CHARGING AT HOME
With the convenience of your own home charging station, you can plug-in your Nissan LEAF just like you would with your cell phone. You’ll never have to stop to fill up at the pump again.

CHARGING ON THE ROAD
Hit the open road and enjoy the accessibility of over 30,000 Nissan LEAF compatible charging stations in the United States. Plus, get notified via email when your car is fully charged. Drive on.
EV Smartphone App
Stay connected to your Nissan LEAF with a Nissanconnect SM EV  subscription. Use the app to check your charge, start charging, check your range, and turn on climate control.

NRG Home Solar will put $1,000 towards the purchase of a Nissan LEAF
When you choose NRG Home Solar, you can use the sun to charge your new
Nissan LEAF and your home.


This explosion in the popularity of electric cars has been long promised, but demand has been crippled by high prices, worries about price depreciation, doubts about range reliability, and a lack of charging stations.

All manufacturers have invested pretty heavily and people will be surprised at the quality offered in these cars. Towards the end of this year and through 2019, starting at the Frankfurt Car Show, we are going to see the results .





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