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All-electric car, with a familiar, two-box, five-door hatchback shape, and becoming one of the best selling in its segment. Also sold as the [[Venucia]] e30. A second-generation model appeared in 2017.
  
'''Nissan Leaf/Venucia e30. 2010 to date (prod. 180,000 to June 2015). 5-door sedan. F/F, 24 kWh electric.''' Nissan gambles on all-electric cars being the future, with swoopy Leaf (C<sub>d</sub> at 0,29, later falling to 0,28). Spacious and quiet, with good sat-nav, but cruising range still limited. Two plug-in charging set-ups, one with 3·6 kW, the other with 6·6 kW, which would take hours; an industrial quick-charge station (few and far between) would do it in 30 minutes. Far more accessible than the likes of the Tesla, and using lithium–ion batteries (delivering plenty of torque), but still suffered from range problems, with 100 miles quoted by Nissan at launch. No back-up petrol engine: the Leaf only has batteries. Eventually appeared with a slightly different grille in China as the [[Venucia]] e30 (a.k.a. Chenfeng), from 2014. Handled very much like a normal car.
 
  
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''Manufacturing locations:'' Oppama, Japan; Smyrna, Tennessee, USA; Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England; Huadu, Guangzhou, China
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:30, 10 November 2019

All-electric car, with a familiar, two-box, five-door hatchback shape, and becoming one of the best selling in its segment. Also sold as the Venucia e30. A second-generation model appeared in 2017.



Marque: Nissan







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