2018 Nissan Leaf Nismo Tail Light
Here is our comprehensive review of 2018 Nissan Leaf Nismo features, redesign, horsepower, engine specs, fuel economy, interior, price and release date
Circulates the Internet a photo that shows how the usual stylistic changes of the Nismo range also confer a special appeal to the most marketed electric on the planet.
Last weekend we had the opportunity to take our essay to the Nissan 370Z Nismo, more powerful version of this mythical sporting. Now we have another excellent novelty with the signature of the division representing the top of the performances of the brand Japanese, which prepares to embrace a very different challenge with a sporting approach to electric vehicles through the Nissan Leaf Nismo Concept. This conceptual model was unveiled during a grand event, called Nissan Futures.
The Nissan Leaf Nismo Concept will derive from a more performer option, which may be officially known as Leaf E-Plus (according to Autocar), and that reveals a more aggressive look where there were no elements with red inserts on the lower lip of the front and On the sides, the central area of the hood in a contrasting tone and the logos of Nismo. The new Leaf, revealed in the last month had already gained a more sporting appearance in relation to the previous generation, to these chromatic options confer an even more dynamic look when they emerge accompanied by new bumpers, specific rims and larger lateral skirts. The intention will be attracted to electrical mobility customers who reveal greater concerns about the image of their automobile, and that in a Nissan Leaf Nismo can find the more individualized look that value at the time of acquiring a car. After the presentation as a concept, it is hoped that the final production version of Leaf’s sporting variant reaches the market in 2019, with a more rigid structure and higher capacity batteries.