Nissan Leaf second-generation production begins in Europe

The Nissan Leaf is one of the vehicles most proud of is the Nissan, with the Qashqai. The Leaf is a model electric that has had a great global acceptance, so much so that this model is, by far, the all-electric car sold more at the global level from several years ago. The japanese brand desvelaba the second generation of this model in the month of September and, now, production begins in Europe.

In your day I already we have all the official details of this new Nissan Leaf, and even made a comparative visual to appreciate more closely the aesthetic changes from one generation to another. According to the theoretical data, this new generation will be able to enjoy a autonomy of 378 km, which is a very good figure for a model electric and urban, which will go mostly for tours daily through the city.

The first units of the second generation of the Nissan Leaf are already coming off the assembly lines of european, although it does not reach to their respective customers until the month of February. The production plant of the Old Continent it is found in Sunderland, the United Kingdom, where also born the Qashqai and Juke. There are manufactures from the year 2013, having started his production this model in 2011 in Japan, at the plant of Oppama.

Two of the most significant points of the Nissan Leaf are its e-Pedal and the system ProPilot. The e-Pedal allows the driver to start, accelerate, decelerate and stop the vehicle playing with the pressure on the same. Nissan says it eliminates stress at the wheel; but that I would have to check it out for yourself.

Meanwhile, the system ProPilot debuted within the brand with this electric model, and urban, and it is a driving semi-autonomous, because it controls the steering to keep the body in the center of the lane and the distance with the vehicle that precedes us. These will be especially useful during the driving in traffic jams, although the signature asian ensures that also improve the driving experience” with traffic flow.

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