The Nissan LEAF is one of the best-selling all-electric cars out on the market, and for good reason. With its current range of 84 miles, this eco-friendly, electric vehicle option has sold over 130,000 units globally since its introduction in 2010. Now, LEAF battery improvements may have made this electric car more appealing than ever, by more than doubling the Nissan LEAF’s range.
The Nissan LEAF battery improvements will allow the LEAF to go for over 249 miles on one charge, a vast improvement that is sure to appeal to consumers who are looking to go green. The details of the technology are limited right now, with Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn staying tight-lipped for the moment. But according to the Daily Kanban, an unnamed Nissan engineer has stated that the battery offers more capacity, while reducing both weight and costs.
It might still be some time until we receive official confirmation regarding the Nissan LEAF battery improvements. Until then, make sure you stop in to High Point Nissan today and see what the Nissan LEAF and other eco-friendly Nissan vehicles have to offer you!