The second generation of 2018-2019 Nissan Leaf can be released into the crossover version (in addition to standard).
Apparently, the Japanese company wants to consolidate the success of the Leaf, creating a “SUV” based on the second generation of the car, which will premiere in the next or in
Such a solution makes sense since the crossover segment is still at its zenith, in fact – many automakers are contemplating, or are already implementing projects for the production of “green” crossovers that kills two birds at once, given the growing interest of consumers to electric cars.
Today we know that the standard second-generation Leaf will be a five-door hatchback with an improved propulsion system, capable of travel up to 400 km on a single charge.
Crossover, obviously, will be larger and heavier – therefore necessary power reserve (400 km) will be achieved through the installation of additional batteries.
The current version of the 2018-2019 Nissan Leaf is getting ready for restyling, after which the car will receive a new battery is 30 kWh, which will increase the range of up to 200 km, against 135.