- Limited version of all-electric Leaf
- Exclusive design, black wheels and stuff
- Acenta grade, the latest Nissan technology
PARIS, France – Nissan has released a special version of its Leaf all-battery car, badged it Black Edition and it will be in showrooms in Europe from March 2017.
The units will be based on Nissan’s Acenta grade but have a number of styling enhancements:16” black alloy wheel rims, diode headlights, illuminated sill covers, dark glass, black external-mirror caps and a black rear roof spoiler.
Blue-stitching on the mats “give the interior a premium finish”.
The Black Edition will also have the latest evolution of NissanConnect telematics and all-round cameras.
Gareth Dunsmore, the battery-car man at Nissan Europe, told The Corner in a media release:: “The Leaf Black Edition has premium styling an affordable mass-market battery car.”
The cars will be in showrooms in Europe from March through August 2017. Check with your local Nissan dealer for local availability.
Nissan says the Leaf, launched in 2010, was the first mass-market electric vehicle. The latest 30kWh claims a possible range of 250km.
Nearly 240 000 have been sold globally and that, Nissan says, makes the Leaf the world’s best-selling electric vehicle.