2018 Nissan Leaf tested in Europe

2018 Nissan Leaf spy shot in Europe

After being tested in Michigan, USA, the second generation Nissan is now being tested in Northern Europe, however the test should be extended to South Europe, where we have warmer temperatures. Testing in both cold and warm climates is very important to predict battery aging during the vehicle life time in different places. Let’s hope that Nissan finally realized the need of a Temperature Management System (TMS).


2018 Nissan Leaf spy shot in Europe


Beside this, nothing new can be extrapolated from the new spy shots, since they don’t revealed any novelty. However, I’m sure we’ll have more news when we start approaching September – the official unveil date.


Feel free to check more spy shots at the Auto Express website.



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Pedro Lima

My interest in electric transportation is mostly political. I’m tired of coups and wars for oil. My expectation is that the adoption of electric transportation will be a factor for peace and democracy all over the world.

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4 years ago

I think the new Leaf will be a surprise for all of us.
I am looking forward to seeing it.

4 years ago

Thats the car I am waiting over 3 years, driving a old Japan Leaf and its one of the best EVs. It only needs an update with new display like the autonomous prototype and a bigger battery.
If Nissan can produce enough it will sell crazy, only look the Renault Zoe numbers it going through the roof with the 400 km range option.