News Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Teaser Image Reveals Headlight Design

20:22  19 may  2017
20:22  19 may  2017 Source:   Motor Trend

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Nissan has begun teasing the next-gen Leaf EV, releasing a single close-up image of the upcoming car's headlight. The Japanese automaker previously said we'll see the new Leaf later this year in September.

2018 Nissan Leaf spotted for the first time

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Japanese auto giant Nissan has begun teasing the next generation Nissan Leaf Electric Vehicle, ahead of its official debut later this year. The 2018 Nissan Leaf has been heavily influenced from the IDS Concept. Without giving too much away, the first teaser image reveals the two LED projector

(Photo: Nissan )A promotional image for the 2017 Nissan Leaf . The former is seen in the new Leaf 's bonnet and headlights while the Micra's influence is seen in the front fascia's V-Motion grille and lower bumper.


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The image reveals two LED projectors topped by an LED accent bar. The housings match what we've seen in spy shots of Leaf test mules, which appeared to be heavily influenced by the Nissan IDS concept that debuted at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. We know the next-gen Leaf has been designed with Nissan's ProPilot autonomous tech in mind. New Leaf models will eventually have Level 3 autonomous capability and will be able to drive themselves on multi-lane highways. Battery range will also increase and should be well above the current model's EPA-rated 107-mile range. The Renault Zoe EV, which was unveiled last year in Paris, could hint at the next Leaf's battery tech. That car utilizes a new 43-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack that gets 186 miles of range.

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The next - gen Nissan Leaf will have a driving range between 350 km and 400 km. The teaser of the 2018 Nissan Leaf suggests that the car will feature full-LED headlights with LED daytime running lights . While Nissan isn’t sharing any more design details of the car just yet

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  Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Teaser Image Reveals Headlight Design © Motor Trend Staff

In March, Nissan tweeted that the next-gen Leaf would debut in Septemberand go on sale before the end of the year. Nissan says this is just the first in a series of teasers it plans to release leading up the Leaf's debut, which could take place at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Staytuned for more details.

2018 Nissan Leaf headlight teaser© Motor Trend Staff 2018 Nissan Leaf headlight teaser

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This Has To Be The Worst Way To Hide The Headlamps .
There are many reasons why this MG Metro-based Tracer TXC couldn't make it into production. Starting with its weirdo headlights.Of course it's not like it didn't cross his mind before 1985. Towns, most famous for designing the delightfully boxy Aston Martin Lagonda, used a very similar concealed headlight setup on his 1979 Aston Martin Bulldog concept, a crazy mid-engined wedge with the widest gull-wing doors in the business.

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