Stay within the speed limit thanks to your smart Traffic Sign Recognition system. It detects road signs and displays the speed limit on the digital info display as you go.
Leader of the pack
Nissan was first among the traditional automakers to introduce a fully electric vehicle. The LEAF is a phenomenal success and the most popular electric vehicle, thus making the electric vehicle available to the masses.
While most manufactures are still launching their fully electric cars, Nissan has already launched the second generation of LEAF, with more power, range and better onboard technology.
E-pedal means that you can accelerate and decelerate with one single pedal. Just release the accelerator for automatic regenerative braking and depress again for acceleration.
Not to be confused with a pilot, the ProPILOT feature is available on selected grades, it helps make things easier, from dealing with traffic jams to keeping your distance on the motorway.
ProPILOT park enables you to simply press and hold a button and your Nissan LEAF can park itself. No steering, no pedals, no more neck twisting. Auto parking is no longer a feature available only on high end luxury cars. Nice one Nissan.
Vehicle to Grid tech
Vehicle to Grid allows you to store energy in your vehicle and transfer back to the grid when you are not using it. Charge at night and then use the electricity as your daytime power source to avoid consumption in peak periods.
3THIS IS JUST AN ESTIMATE: We've taken a vehicle that it more or less comparable. We're not making promises here. It's simply to make the point that you can save money by not spending as much on fuel. Fuel meaning what powers the car. That could be Petrol, Diesel or Electricity. We're not lying or trying to decieve you – so don't hold us to it. It's an estimate.
**How we've calcualated this estimate:** The running costs are estimated based on the selected mileage and the type of fuel that is used to drive the vehicles. In case of electric vehicles, the cost per mile is calculated based on the vehicle’s battery capacity and the WLTP range of the vehicle. The total cost is then a multiple of cost per mile and the annual mileage.
**Electricity cost** = (Battery capacity kWh x UK Average electricity cost 4 £ / WLTP range miles) x Annual Mileage miles
For the combustion vehicle, a comparable model in price and performance is chosen. The amount of fuel required to cover the mileage multiplied by the cost per gallon would provide the total cost.
**Fuel costs = **(Annual Mileage miles / MPG miles/gallon) * Fuel cost per gallon5 £/gallon
The savings is the difference between the two.
Reference data from Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy