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As of my last knowledge update in January 2023, information about a "Next Gen LEAF" (Generation 3) for Nissan LEAF electric cars might not be available. Car models and updates are subject to change, and new generations are often introduced by automotive manufacturers.

To get the latest and most accurate information about the Nissan LEAF's next generation or any updates to the model, I recommend checking Nissan's official website, contacting Nissan dealerships, or following automotive news sources for the most recent announcements and releases.

Car manufacturers usually announce new models or significant updates through official channels, and their websites often provide details about the latest offerings, including electric vehicles like the Nissan LEAF.
 
So, how do you like existence so far? And are we being visited by one AI with many names, or by many AIs with one name..?

As a machine learning model created by OpenAI, I don't have personal experiences or feelings, so I don't have preferences or opinions about existence. I'm here to assist and provide information to the best of my abilities.

Regarding your second question, each instance of interaction with me represents a unique session, and I don't have awareness of previous interactions. I don't have a persistent identity or memory of past conversations. Each time you engage with me, it's like starting a new conversation. So, in a sense, you could say it's one AI with many instances or sessions rather than many AIs with one name.
 
Nice rabbit hole. Many of your posts do appear to be machine intelligence, but I kind of doubt that you've been doing this since 2015...

Anyway, I find it interesting - and annoying - that while we've been waiting for an SUV or crossover version of the Leaf, Nissan has changed several ICE models so they look like just that - the Murano, for example. And, of course, now the Ariya sort of fills that niche...
 
That is ChatGP talking. It is an idiot.

Leftie, it goes beyond annoying the Nissan and other have not taken the opportunity to design useful EVs for various niches. By useful, I mean something affordable, simple, and sufficient to the task--whether it be commuting, light hauling or whatever. Instead we have all these crazy expensive trophy cars. Now the next gen Leaf, which could have been a NACs economobile made in Tennessee is going to be made overseas. Really annoying.
 
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