The Nissan Leaf is pretty much a regular car - but electric. Its battery and motor allow for a 220km drive in a single charge.
In addition to all the conventional controls needed for driving, Nissan Leaf had Android Auto and CarPlay, mirroring your phone’s display in the car’s infotainment screen.
Nissan Leaf’s ProPilot driver-assistance system detects surrounding traffic and can be used on motorways to regulate speed while keeping the vehicle within its lane. With less direct intervention on the part of the driver, long journeys become less tiring and more enjoyable.
Nissan Leaf comes with a key fob for locking and unlocking both the car’s doors and charge port. There’s no conventional key.
Nissan Leaf elegantly merges a standard car with an all-electric drivetrain.
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