Even more sensible, at least in markets where it might be practical, is the 2018 Nissan Leaf. The company is set to reveal the second generation of the Leaf later in 2017, sporting the brand’s new V-Motion design that has already appeared on models like the Murano and next generation Micra. Incidentally, the new Micra has been given the green light for SA, so expect that one here later in 2017 too.
The Leaf will get a new 60kWh battery which should increase its range to as much as 383km, essential if it wants to match the range of Chevrolet’s Bolt. The next generation Leaf will also get Nissan’s ProPilot self-driving system, self-parking and wireless charging. – BD Motor News