Nissan has a treat in store for new car buyers in March 2017. Those looking for a new electric powered car will be able to get their hands on the Nissan Leaf Black Edition for a limited period. Based on Nissan’s existing mid-level Acenta grade, this is a premium quality vehicle set to shake up the electric car market with some serious exterior style and brand new technology features.
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The limited-edition model is kitted out to look stunning from the outside, with top of the range technology on the inside to make driving a pleasure. Featuring the NissanConnect smartphone app and a 360-degree parking camera as standard features, it has been designed to be the ultimate in driver visibly and connectivity.
The interior is an upgrade on the Acenta, with blue-stitched mats giving the car a premium look finish. The first ever Nissan Leaf was launched in 2010 as one of the first mass market electric vehicles and it’s proved to be hugely popular with almost 240,000 having been sold globally and 64,000 of these currently on Europe’s roads.
Gareth Dunsmore, Director of Electric Vehicles at Nissan Europe, said: “The Nissan LEAF Black Edition offers our customers stylish, premium design in an affordable mass-market 100 percent electric vehicle. We are committed to delivering innovation that excites and this vehicle does just that, with our leading Around View Monitor technology offering customers a more confident drive – embodying Nissan Intelligent Mobility.”
The Leaf Black edition gives drivers a 250km motoring range at 30kWh, pushing the boundaries of distance that electric cars can go without needing to be charged back up. The sleek high end design and cutting edge EV technology telematics system define the Leaf Black edition as an innovative addition to the electric car market that’s sure to be sought after when it goes on sale for a limited period.
The limited-edition model is on sale in Europe for a restricted production run from March 2017 up until August 2017. If you’re wanting a new Nissan , you will have to act fast when the time comes. The Japanese car giants are also offering the first 1,000 customers in Europe receiving a free Wi-Fi hotspot – capable of powering up to eight devices for the utmost in connectivity.