Japanese auto maker Nissan has unveiled the upgraded version of its electric car Leaf to take on competitors like Chevrolet Volt and BMW i3 in the electric car space. With over 2.8 lakh Nissan Leaf electric cars sold so far globally, the car is set to give its major competitors a run for their money.
Nissan now wants to take the Leaf to the next level with the second generation model, which was unveiled in Tokyo, Japan. The new generation Nissan Leaf is based on a completely new design language, gets autonomous technology and a much higher driving range compared to its predecessor.
Unveiled globally in Japan, we take a look at what has changed in the 2018 Nissan Leaf from its older self. The longer range on the new 2018 Nissan LEAF — nearly triple that of the first-generation 85 mile LEAF was done without tripling the capacity of the battery.