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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market News » Nissan’s next-generation Leaf will achieve a 200-mile range

Nissan’s next-generation Leaf will achieve a 200-mile range

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Park Road

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Wow... waiting for this vehicle  Very Happy
When it came out, the Nissan Leaf‘s battery pack was deemed ample, its 24-kWh battery providing some 70 to 80 miles of range. But now, in a segment soon to be lousy with 200-mile EVs from Chevrolet and Tesla, those numbers just aren’t enough to be competitive. Thankfully, there’s a new Leaf on the way, and it’s going to address that problem.
Nissan EV chief Kazuo Yajima, speaking to AutoblogGreen, confirmed that the next-generation Leaf will sport a 60-kWh battery pack, which should grant it a range of about 200 miles. That’s on par with both the Tesla Model 3 and the Chevrolet Bolt, as well as the base version of the Tesla Model S, which is in an entirely different segment.
While that part might be nailed down with certainty, there’s still a whole lot we don’t know for certain about this new Leaf. We’re not quite sure when it’s debuting, or what it will look like, although I’ve been told more than once to look to parts of Nissan’s IDS concept for a rough idea of its styling. Given the recent changes to its sedan lineup, as well as the 2017 GT-R, I wouldn’t be surprised to find angular headlights and a “V-Motion” grille in there, at the least. While Nissan sort-of confirmed that the 60-kWh battery pack would be involved in the next-gen Leaf, it also reiterated that the company does not officially comment on future products.

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