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It’s not a very long time since the company introduced its first electric car, the Bolt, and the launch of the LEAS, its latest SUV.
But in 2019, Nissan had been quietly planning to roll out a car that would stand up to the challenge of a rising Tesla.
The company had spent the previous year and a half building its electric vehicle programme, building a new battery system that would allow the car to go from 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds, to up to 100mph in 2.8 seconds.
And now it was finally ready to reveal its first model, the LEAV 4.1T.
Nissan has a number of LEAV vehicles, and in 2019 we saw a lot of the models available.
The LEAF 2.0 had been delayed for a few years to 2020, and then the car was sold off for a tidy sum.
Now it was ready to go, and Nissan had just revealed a car to rival Tesla’s Model 3, with an electric motor, an all-wheel drive system and a 200-kilowatt-hour battery.
But the company was not alone in having a new car in 2020.
Porsche and Mercedes-Benz were making major moves towards electric vehicles.
Porsche unveiled its new Porsche Mission E in 2021, while Mercedes-AMG unveiled its E-Class crossover in 2022.
But both of those cars were built on the same platform as the LEAP, and were priced at around $75,000.
The 2018 Nissan LEAV EV with its electric motor.
Nissan has been slowly rolling out EVs for some time now, and they’re all getting a lot more powerful and capable.
However, as the market has become more crowded, more and more of Nissan’s rivals are starting to introduce EVs.
The new LEAP is the fourth LEAV to come to market, following the LEAVE 2.5T, LEAP 3.0 and LEAV 6.0.
It will be available from 2018, with the most recent models starting from 2019.
However you look at it, the new LEAAV is the best-looking electric car in the world.
It looks like a traditional sports car, with its curved roofline and long hood.
The rear is made from aluminum and the roof is a deep, flared section, with large fins for improved aerodynamics.
And the headlights are also a deep red.
It has a big, open rear spoiler, a large front diffuser, and a large rear wing.
Inside, the interior is almost identical to that of the 2018 LEAV.
But this time around, Nissan has made a huge, new touch, adding a large central dashboard, an LED lighting system, and new digital instrument panel.
There’s even a small touchscreen display.
There’s also a new design for the steering wheel.
It looks a lot like the 2018 Leaf, with curved lines and a subtle bezel.
But it’s much less dramatic than the car you’re used to.
The center console is much smaller, and there’s no shift knob or footswitch on the center console, and it’s easier to get to from the left hand side.
The left-hand seats have also been redesigned, so you’re more likely to get a comfortable seat.
The steering wheel now comes with a larger display, with six buttons instead of four.
Inside the new Nissan LEAVAEV, you get the same design as the 2018 model, but a new, smaller touchpad.
You get a full screen, with four icons to access different parts of the vehicle.
There are also new instrument panels.
The LEAEV will be a premium luxury car, priced at $115,000 (£80,000) for the base model, $135,000 for the LE AEV and $160,000 with the LE 6.
But Nissan says the LEEV will also be offered in an optional trim level, which is expected to cost between $75 and $80,200 (£50 to $60,000).
The LEA 6.5 will be priced at between $115 and $120,000, and LEA 5.5 and 5.0 will start at between the base and optional price.
And while the LEABE is still an electric vehicle, it’s the first to have a fully electric powertrain, rather than a combustion engine.
This means it will be able to run on electricity, rather like a hybrid car.
Nissan claims the LE6.5 can hit 100km/h (62mph) in just 2.9 seconds.
That’s not all the LEa6.0 can do either, though