Nissan reveals the new aerodynamics of the Leaf in a teaser

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New Nissan Leaf.

the presentation of The second generation of the Nissan Leaf is more and more near. Few days ago we had the opportunity to be able to see for the first time the new power of the japanese brand naked, since he was shot during a shoot promo, which allowed us to see its new design. And even though the first images were rather blurry the design of the new body was discovered.

despite the leak, the japanese constructor continues with its program launch, so in this occasion delivers us a teaser video that shows us the improved aerodynamics of the model, which according to Nissan on this new iteration will be lower and will be more glued to the ground than the first generation, to try to avoid creating a lifting effect on the body.

According to the video, the next generation of the Leaf will have a silhouette created ex profeso for getting more stability at high speeds and against the cross winds. To do this, the engineers have been inspired by the design of the profile of the wings of a plane.

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spy Photos of the new Leaf.

The new Leaf will enjoy a completely new design, which breaks completely with the image of the compact previous. According to the leaked images of the model, to the naked eye we can see the new Leaf drink from the same sources that the newly refreshed Nissan Micra, especially in the design of the front, very sharp, and which has its elements in a way very similar to that of the utility.

The design has been very important in this generation, and the shape resulting is type hatchback sports, with the curious design of type float in the C-pillar, which highlights the finish two-tone body, dividing it into two zones, from the bases of the pillars upward.

At the mechanistic level, the new Leaf will have two versions of autonomy, depending on the battery pack chosen by the client, or the lithium batteries of 60 kWh with a range of autonomy of around 300 miles, and the version of access, not confirmed yet of 40 kWh, which in theory should allow a range of around 265 kms.