Nissan Motor Co Ltd will launch a revamped version of its Leaf electric vehicle (EV) on Wednesday, going head-to-head with Tesla Inc's Model 3 and beating off criticism that a limited driving range will dull its mass-market appeal. The new Leaf, on sale in Japan from Oct. 2 and elsewhere early next year, has a range of about 150 miles (241 kilometres) on a single charge according to U.S. environmental regulator estimates, up from its predecessor's 107 miles thanks to a bigger, 40 kilowatt hour battery. Nissan has also given its marquee electric model a sporty ...
Nissan to launch revamped Leaf to take on Tesla's Model 3
Nissan has also given its marquee electric model a sporty facelift