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News A NISMO version for the 2018 Nissan Leaf

A NISMO version for the 2018 Nissan Leaf

The 2018 Nissan Leaf has just arrived on the market, and already there is a NISMO version. Except that unlike the Sentra, 370Z and GT-R NISMOs of the world, we are not talking about better performance, only aesthetic additions.

The Leaf Nismo takes the white, red and black typical color scheme of the Japanese manufacturer’s performance range in addition to a firmer and sportier suspension. Other additions and improvements are designed to reduce lift, and the Leaf NISMO also comes with performance tires.

Nissan Leaf Nissmo

The 241-kilometer range is unchanged, as is the 40 kW battery. For the time being, the Nissan Leaf NISMO is a concept and production has not yet been confirmed.

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