2017 Nissan Leaf
As we head out to the Tokyo Motor Show, the teaser photos and previews are starting to come in thick and fast. One from late last week was a shadowy image issued by Nissan of an autonomous electric concept car, which is scheduled to debut Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern (or 9 am the next day in Tokyo). At least one report suggests the concept will be a preview of the next Nissan Leaf electric car, scheduled to launch as a 2017 model. DON'T MISS: Battery Breakthrough To Boost Nissan Electric Cars To One In 10 Sales Around 2020, Exec Says But we're not so sure. That report, from the British...
2018 Nissan Leaf: Will Less 'EVness' Make It More Appealing?
What will the next-generation 2018 Nissan Leaf electric car look like? No actual photos, or even teasers, have yet been released. Despite that, we're gradually getting a better picture: It'll still be a five-door hatchback, and it'll still be around the same size. But expect its 'EVness' to be...Bengt Halvorson
2018 Nissan Leaf Renderings: How Conservative Will Design Be?
It's long been acknowledged that the current Nissan Leaf electric car is a radical and distinctive design, just as the landmark 2004 Toyota Prius hybrid was. But some portion of potential buyers, who may be amenable to the benefits of driving a battery-electric vehicle, won't consider the Leaf...John Voelcker