Nissan has expanded it's electric cars range with the launch of the new 2014 Nissan Leaf. Nissan has studied customer desires about electric vehicles. As a result, Nissan LEAF is built with impressive improvements. This car comes with more interior space, good charging performance, and a more complete equipment. To date, sales of pure electric vehicle is the best in Japan. But Nissan will expand the reach of their electric cars in the U.S. and Europe.
Interior of Nissan Leaf has been designed to bring practicality. Although enhancements will fill the interior, but with a hidden chamber in the rear of the car makes this car has a spacious interior. Charger removal of rear seats turns into a more practical proposition. Now there is no obstacle in the trunk floor when the seats folded, while rear legroom has been improved thanks to the re-formed seat cushions, which allows the rear passengers to put their feet under the seat in front. This course will ensure passenger comfort during the trip.
While the exterior, we can see the 16-inch steel wheels with full covers, hat, black door mirrors and halogen lamps.
2014 Nissan Leaf comes with a new powertrain that is based on the high response 80 kW AC synchronous motor powered by a Nissan-48-module designed compact lithium-ion batteries. A new arrangement of 'B' on the transmission of increased regenerative braking during deceleration while the 'Eco' apart on the steering wheel extends the driving range by changing the throttle mapping to prevent rapid acceleration. Both systems can be operated independently.
European electric car customers do not have to worry about their electric car charging stations. Quick Chargers have been facilitated in part by Nissan, which has provided a number of units of local governments to accelerate the development of 'Way' Rapid Charging between cities throughout Europe. While in 2012, there are 150 Nissan LEAF dealers across Europe and 195 Quick Chargers, capable of charging the battery to 80 percent capacity in less than 30 minutes. But today, there are 1400 dealers and over 600 Quick Chargers, while the number of conventional public chargers have increased from 12,000 to over 20,000. This is evidence of the seriousness of the Nissan to develop electric cars as the cars of the future.
Paul Willcox, senior vice president of sales and marketing of Nissan Europe said, "LEAF owners are passionate about their cars and their comments and experiences have really influenced a lot of the changes we have made to New LEAF. Comprehensive improvement we've made to the car Pioneer reinforces the unique character: an unexpected, intelligent, accessible and progressive. This car has established it self as a viable solution to the world's transportation and environmental problems."
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