2018 Nissan LEAF aerodynamic design allows for a better performance
Everyone knows that the Nissan LEAF is one of the most iconic electric vehicles (EVs) on the market today. Similarly, most people know that the LEAF is one of the best-selling EVs throughout the world. What you may not know is that the 2018 Nissan LEAF aerodynamic design allows for a better performance than ever before. Keep on reading to learn more!
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Teaser photo of 2018 Nissan LEAF headlight.
How the 2018 Nissan LEAF Drives Farther with Every Charge
Inspired by the wings of an airplane, the 2018 Nissan LEAF is engineered to aerodynamically slice a path wherever it goes. By slicing through a symmetric air flow—and exerting less energy in the process—the LEAF is now able to get farther with the same amount of electricity per charge.
What Else Does the New Nissan LEAF Design Do?
In addition, the new LEAF is also lower to the ground, which allows for better stability at high speeds. The new design also helps to stabilize the LEAF when pushed by powerful crosswinds – helping the drivers to stay on course, regardless of the weather conditions.
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