The user I300 of the German forum goingelectric.de just posted more photos of the new generation Nissan Leaf. In these photos we can see that Nissan will not adopt CCS for DC fast charging, which is a shame, however it isn’t yet known which standard will be used to supply electric power for the internal charger.
While type 2 charging standard supports 3-phase, the primitive type 1 only supports 1-phase charging. So let’s hope that the AC socket is type 2…
The new less rounded rear seems to give a better boot space when compared to the old Nissan Leaf.
The camouflaged Leaf was surrounded by two BMW i3, it was a missed opportunity to have a new and old generation Leaf side by side…
Not much can be seen in the interior, nevertheless the steering wheel appears to be the same that we can see in the autonomous Nissan Leaf featured in Fully Charged.
To me the new Nissan Leaf looks very similar to the Nissan Pulsar, which has a design I like. What do you think?
Thanks Adrian for the heads up.
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