Insideevs still keeps talking about 60 kWh option, though.Eastern Time USA – September 5th – 8:30 PM
Pacific Time USA – September 5th – 5:30 PM
Europe (UK) – September 6th – 1:30 AM
Europe (Germany) – September 6th – 2:30 AM
In addition, a larger battery option is also expected (~60 kWh), pushing the new LEAF’s total range past 200 miles, making it a more direct competitor to the Chevrolet Bolt EV (Opel Ampera-e) and new Tesla Model 3.
The new #Nissan #LEAF. Simply Amazing.
Join us for the World Premiere September 5 in the U.S.
Planning to attend, on the 14th.EVDRIVER wrote:Anyone going the the Nissan dinner and drinks event in the bay area with the new LEAF showing?
edatoakrun wrote:Planning to attend, on the 14th.EVDRIVER wrote:Anyone going the the Nissan dinner and drinks event in the bay area with the new LEAF showing?
Has it been absolutely confirmed we will get a close-up look at a Gen two there?
Can we get an October test-drive reservation then, or only at the PIA event at De Anza on the 16th?
Back to tonight...
Anyone heard rumors of whether efficiency and range data will be announced?
That's actually of more interest to me than the pack capacity(s).