My Nissan dealer could not find the source of the clicking - it supposedly took 4 different people driving it to hear it - after 3 hours in the shop. Luckily 2020 still under warranty. I've read things about molykote grease needing to be applied to a bearing, lug nut torqued properly (I only verified they weren't loose at home), and a wheel hub nut/cotter pin needing replacement.
What they they wrote up was that the lugnuts were improperly torqued (I did replace front tires a few months ago when one got a sidewall bubble) they tightened up everything they could suspension-wise - and maybe mind over matter but it did actually feel like it drove better/tighter steering if that's the right phrase afterwards - but they needed to order a tool to properly tighten what still remained to be tightened. Never heard that one before, from a dealer no less. Today is 4 days later I called to ask if they were ready with the tool and they haven't called me back yet.
If you take off straight, no noise. If you are at a red light and turning left where you have to move straight into the intersection a bit before turning, and you're moving forward before you start turning, no noise. If you turn the wheel soon after pressing the accelerator pedal, CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK.
Noise is between a Click and a Clunk. I heard someone at the dealer say the tech said "all leafs do that". I got to work remotely on their wifi while they investigated under warranty, and they updated my yearly safety inspection for PA, so not a total waste of time
2020, just passed 20k miles.