Nissan Leaf to receive a design update
Nissan's popular EV, the Leaf, is getting an upgrade from the start of March, with a revised appearance to conform to Nissan's wider new look.
Aside from Nissan's new brand logo on the wheels, front grille and rump, there are new 16in and 17in alloy wheel designs. In addition to the five monotone and five two-tone colour options, the Qashqai and Ariya have donated their Pearl Blue and Magnetic Blue colour options to the new Leaf.
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What about the rest of the Leaf?
With just under 600,000 sold worldwide, the changes aren't huge. The Leaf has a range of 239 miles, while the ProPILOT tech enables the car to automatically stop, start and maintain a safe distance to vehicles in front of it. The E-Pedal remains, which allows you to accelerate, decelerate and stop with just one pedal.
Infotainment-wise, the car has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, while remote climate control is available on the N-Connecta model and above.
The new Leaf will be available to order from March 1 for £26,995 (with the Plug-in Car Grant applied).