2018 Nissan Leaf was spotted completely disguised before its debut on September 6, thanks to these images posted by Broom, where the electric vehicle is filmed for what is probably a promotional material.
Let\’s take the irrelevant evidence – the second-generation Leaf is miles away from its predecessor when it presents itself as it looks. Despite the low resolution images, we can clearly see that the new leaf is much more aggressive compared to the first round model.
The Nissan V-Mode Grid features its front and center location, flanked by more pointed headlights that were previously chatted. The new taillights, which seem to recall those found on Volvo V40 are also visible.
Another interesting aspect of the 2018 Nissan Leaf’s exterior is the two-tone color system with a white body as well as a glossy black roof and a tailgate. Although it may seem like a longer car depending on the profile, we will have to wait for official Leaf debuts for the official figures.
Other unknowns include the size of the battery that feeds it, as well as the output of its electric powertrain. The current Leaf contains a 30 kW battery that offers up to 250 km (NEDC) range on a single load.
So far, Nissan has revealed that the new sheet will be equipped with ProPILOT Assist driver assistance technology, allowing for a certain level of autonomous driving and automatic parking. Another “revolutionary technology” is Leaf\’s electronic pedal, which allows driving to a pedal.