Nissan reveals the 2018 Leaf

Nissan unveils new LEAF complete with e-Pedal and improved range

Nissan Is Making a Bold Bet With Its All-New 2018 Leaf

Nissan (NSANY) unveiled its all-new electric auto the Leaf at an event in Japan on Tuesday evening.

100% electric vehicle most sold in the country for several years, the Leaf now is aging and its autonomy of 172 kilometers is no more weight against the new models such as the Chevrolet Bolt, the Hyundai Ioniq, or the Volkswagen e-Golf.

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV and 2018 Tesla Model 3 are good cars that happen to be fully electric. The battery can be charged within 16 hours at 3 kW, or 8 hours at 6 kW. It starts at $29,990 and comes with some nice tech perks, like ProPilot Assist and an "e-pedal" that lets drivers start, accelerate, decelerate, and stop using just their right foot.

The standard e-Pedal system is created to make driving in traffic less taxing, and I was impressed with its overall seamlessness. Nissan says the "conventional brake pedal must still be used in aggressive braking situations", and while the e-Pedal is standard with all Leafs, it can be switched off if desired.

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Faced with tighter global environmental regulations, most carmakers are investing heavily in the electric-car sector, sparking a ferocious race to create the next green vehicle. As we revealed yesterday, it has an extended range between charges and technology that includes an accelerator that also acts as a brake.

That range falls short of the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3, but it does come at a cheaper price point and that's key.

Yutaka Sanada, Head of Asia and Oceania for Nissan, explained that even though the new electric hatch won't sell in big numbers without incentives it was important for the brand to have the Leaf in Australian showrooms. Simultaneously, the Leaf also offers the various modern conveniences on which many automobile industries are working; including the driver assist system of Nissan, called as "ProPILOT Assist" that combines lane keeping and adaptive cruise control.

Nissan may have more electric vehicles on the way.

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The second-generation Leaf was unveiled simultaneously on Tuesday in Japan and Las Vegas and Wednesday morning here at the first Technology in Motion mobility conference at Cobo Center.

Schillaci said the major markets for the first generation Nissan Leaf were Japan, the United States and Europe, with each selling about a third of the total volume. But it also can steer as needed to keep the Leaf in its lane, as long as the highway has visible lane markers.

Contrast that with the Leaf, which comes nicely equipped (aside from the range issue) for just under $30,000 - or about $22,500 after USA government incentives.

The 2018 Nissan Leaf will arrive at dealerships early next year with a starting MSRP under $30,000.

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