The 500,000th Nissan Leaf electric car rolled off the assembly lineSeptember 9, 2020
This Japanese electric car was released into the series in the spring of 2010, and its world premiere took place at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2009. Prior to this model, the Japanese automaker had no mainstream electric vehicles.
The Nissan plant in the British town of Sunderland has produced the half-millionth Nissan Leaf electric car. The press service of the automaker tells about this significant “anniversary” for the brand.
This electric car, which has earned the right to be called the most massive “green” car in the world, was originally conceived as a citycar. The model still holds the top positions, despite the rather serious competition in its segment.
The base Nissan Leaf gets a 3.6 kW on-board “charge” that can work with both conventional charging systems and “quick” ones. At the same time, the manufacturer offers customers advanced security systems, excellent handling and comfort. One of these assistants is Nissan’s ProPilot system, which has recently been improved.
Another useful feature is the e-Pedal system, with which you can forget about the brake pedal.
Earlier, our portal said that the release of the updated Nissan Qashqai had to be postponed due to the coronavirus. This is the third generation of the popular Japanese crossover. The car will be released into the series only next year.
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