Adding an LED light or two, turned ON by a micro-switch when the E-Hatch is fully open, would be relatively easy to do.
Even easier would be an inexpensive, stick-on, battery-powered, tap-on, tap-off LED light, perhaps stuck to the under-side of the E-Hatch lid.
Such lights, for use in closets or other dark areas, are common at many stores, even occasionally found at the "99¢ Store".
Then, with the light on your car instead of the nozzle in your garage, you are better prepared for e-fueling in the dark anywhere.
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2011 LEAF, sold in 2015
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