Nissan announced the arrival of the new Leaf to 8 markets of Latin America

Over the next few months will start in Latin America, the marketing of the second generation of the Nissan Leaf, a compact five-seater and purely electric, the japanese firm.

Por these days, the japanese manufacturer announced the arrival of the new generation of the Nissan Leaf to several markets of Latin america. The generational hatchback’s purely electric Nissan debuted formally at last year’s Frankfurt motor show and after their landing in Europe is now ready to reach the markets of Latin America.

Initially the new Nissan Leaf 2018 will be available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Uruguay and Puerto Rico, although subsequently the roadmap of the asian manufacturer sees its arrival also Peru and Panama.

The new Leaf adopted a style outside that you inherited the traits that were present in the prototype IDS Concept that the japanese firm presented in the year 2015 at the Tokyo motor show. Now the car adopted a format outside more conventional, which certainly will capture the attention of a spectrum more large of customers.

Outwardly adopt a front in line with the most recent models of the brand, highlighting your front grill “V-motion”, in combination with a groups optical design, well-delgado. The body has been carefully worked to achieve a proper aerodynamic performance.

In terms of the interior, there also reigns a conventional style and elegant. The car is equipped with the most rechines advances in safety and medical assistance on the road, as well as in issues of comfort and connectivity. The system of information and entertainment has a touch screen of seven inches which includes support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

If we talk about mechanics, the new Leaf has a electric motor of 110 kW (150 HP) with a maximum torque of 320 Nm. The thruster operates in combination with a package of lithium-ion batteries of 40 kWh, able to give a range of 378 miles on a full charge according to the cycle NEDC.

The batteries can recover 80% charge in 40 minutes when you use a because of fast reload, while in a domestic conventional time for a full charge may take between 8 and 16 hours.

For the moment, the manufacturer did not announced the date of arrival in each of the markets, which will take place over the next few months.