By launching the new-second-generation Nissan Leaf technology “standard bearer” in Australia during 2018, the company aims to reclaim its status as an electric car pioneer and innovator. This comes after the company has clearly fallen behind the likes of Tesla – plus the major German luxury brands – in the public opinion stakes. Despite long reigning as […]
Coming soon to the 2018 Leaf EV and other vehicles, ProPilot Assist keeps you on the straight and narrow to ease highway life.
Nissan LEAF, the electric car that has made possible smooth, torquey, zero-emissions driving for hundreds of thousands of early adopters is premiering another innovative first on Sept. 6. Nissan just announced that the new Nissan LEAF will come with e-Pedal, another pioneering technology that puts Nissan at #1. Show More Summary
What’s an e-Pedal? No, it’s not some dorky electric bicycle built by Ford, though that scenario doesn’t sound far fetched. As the steady decline of manual transmission availability brings the three-pedal lifestyle ever-closer to oblivion, the e-Pedal is Nissan’s way of sending the two-pedal setup a step closer to obsolescence. Show More Summary
Your next car may not have a brake pedal. But don't worry - you'll still be able to drive safely. Nissan's new Leaf will feature what they call an e-Pedal, which allows users to speed up, slow down, and stop using just one pedal. This seemingly small change could alter car design of the future in a large way.[...]
drivers in australia are already struggling with the concept of using three pedals when they drive, and nissan's all-new leaf ev may soon cut another of the two remaining pedals. called the e-pedal, the new slant on vehicle control means a driver can use just one pedal for going and stopping. Show More Summary
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8juD3t2kFmw The next-generation 2018 Nissan Leaf has been teased again, this time having its new ‘e-Pedal’ detailed – which the company says “transforms the way we drive”. Set to make its debut on September 6, the Japanese electric vehicle (EV) will feature a mode that sees the accelerator pedal double up as a brake pedal, which Nissan […]
Plus: Nissan will let you drive the new Leaf with one foot, and Chevrolet prices the Equinox Diesel.
Nissan has continued the drip-feed of feature announcements ahead of the launch of the upcoming Leaf, today revealing that the next-gen electric vehicle will sport a so-called e-Pedal that can be used to accelerate, slow down and come...Show More Summary
It's not a revolutionary technology, per se, but it's still a big leap forward for Nissan's electric car.
Nissan releases its latest tidbit about the next-gen Leaf. Continue reading Nissan Leaf e-Pedal video teases one-pedal driving Nissan Leaf e-Pedal video teases one-pedal driving originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 19 Jul 2017 15:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Green Mountain Power in Vermont is offering customers a $10,000 rebate on a new Nissan LEAF in an effort to get more people to switch to emissions free driving. Green Mountain Power Offers $10,000 Rebate On Nissan LEAF was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
AEP Ohio is extending its $10,000 discount on the price of a new Nissan Leaf in Ohio through the end of September AEP Offers $10,000 Discount On New Nissan LEAF Through End Of September was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Nissan is like a fast runner with a gold medal in hand but Usain Bolt on its tail. It has been able to say for a long time that it offers the world's top-selling electric car (in history), but 400,000 or so reservations for the Tesla Model 3 put that title into threat. Show More Summary
Nissan is using the debut of the 2018 Leaf and ProPilot system to reveal more than self-driving capabilities; the car will also be able to park itself. In the latest drip-drop of teasers for the next-generation 2018 Nissan Leaf, the brand revealed ProPilot Park. The system is activated with the push of a button and the driver then scouts the...
Tesla Model 3 production starts in a couple of days. A next-gen Nissan LEAF with long range and ProPilot is expected to be released later this year. A year ago, we thought these factors were already eating into Nissan LEAF sales and would hurt Chevy Bolt sales, and we figured the story would get worse for the LEAF in 2017. Show More Summary
Park anywhere, autonomously. Continue reading New Nissan Leaf will have fully autonomous parking New Nissan Leaf will have fully autonomous parking originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 05 Jul 2017 10:23:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
For years now, we and many others have been saying that no company can compete with Tesla in the electric car market until they offer a good network of superfast charging stations for their drivers. One year ago, there was no solid information anything like this was in the plans, but one had to think it was. Show More Summary
The front end of the new Nissan Leaf has been teased ahead of the car’s debut later this year. Nissan confirmed on its Twitter account the second-generation Leaf will be unveiled on September 6, 2017. Accompanying this tweet was an artistic take on the new car’s grille (below). The company has also updated the header […]