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The Nissan Leaf (Japanese: 日産リーフ) is a compact five-door hatchback electric car manufactured by Nissan, introduced in Japan and the United States in December 2010, and now in its second generation.The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official range for the 2018 model year Leaf is 243 km (151 miles) on a full battery charge.. Among other awards and recognition, the Nissan ...
Yesterday’s groundbreaking for Nissan’s Smyrna, Tenn. battery plant allowed us to do a deep dive with Mark Perry, Nissan’s director of product planning for the Nissan Leaf. The new facility ...
2019 Nissan Leaf Engine Specs The 2019 Nissan Leaf E-Plus version is using a 160-kW AC synchronous electric motor. The 60-kWh lithium-ion battery pack has an estimated range of 200 miles, per full charge.
When Nissan released the next-generation last year, many were disappointed that it didn’t feature the long-anticipated bigger 60 kWh battery pack and quicker fast-charging technology.
The mystery over available range for the 2019 Nissan Leaf’s 60 kWh battery option may have been solved on a Twitter post. Everyone following the gen-two EV knows the 40 kWh battery available for ...
One of the most recognizable electric vehicles on the road, the Nissan Leaf, has a battery capacity of 24 kWh. It has a rated driving range of nearly 80 miles, about ⅓ that of the Tesla Model S. It is therefore not surprising that its battery capacity is also nearly ⅓ that of the Tesla’s […]
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Hi all: I’m happy to be back to provide a long-awaited update on the Nissan LEAF battery replacement plan. Last year, I posted preliminary details of the program that we’d created based on early survey data, and it led to spirited discussion (and very vocal criticism).
Lithium-ion cell and battery pack assembly for Nissan Leaf electric car in Sunderland, U.K., plant
AESC new battery module specs . Moving on… Now we can calculate the new battery real capacity: 192 x 3,65 V x 56,3 Ah = 39,46 kWh . And compare it to the original battery pack in the 2011 Nissan Leaf.