2013 Europe Specific Nissan Leaf makes Geneva debut

Manufactured at the company’s plant in England, the 2013 Leaf has several issues to improve the car’s variety and usability.

As far style is concerned, a new front fascia reduces the drag coefficient from 0.29 to 0.28. Though it is much less, it still works with a new high voltage unit which consists of a new electric motor, an inverter and a DC/DC converter to allow the Leaf to have an increased range of 199 km (123 miles) in the New European Driving Cycle.

Other features include additional standard equipment, improved seats, a lighted charging port and an extra 40 liters (1.4 cubic feet) of luggage space. There’s also a new Visia version which reduces the base price by €3,000.

So we can grab more information at Geneva so let us move to Geneva and find out what’s happening there.

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