The new Nissan LEAF 2018 features a 150 mile driving range, an aerodynamic exterior, a spacious high tech interior and advanced technologies, including ProPILOT ™ Assist and e-Pedal. This is the first step in the launch of the Nissan EV platform and will be followed in the 2019 model year with a high power version with increased engine power and battery capacity.
The new Nissan LEAF of 2018 is also the embodiment of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, a global initiative focused on how Nissan vehicles are driven, powered and integrated into the company. Its new ProPILOT Assist (Advanced Nissan Single Lane Driver Assistance Technology) helps reduce the workload of the driver by reducing the amount of acceleration, steering and braking the driver under certain conditions driving. While it is a "hands-on" system, it prepares Nissan's continued development of future stand-alone training technologies.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV 2017 has won nearly 40 independent awards, making it the most awarded electric vehicle of the year. Recently named a top security choice of 2017 by the Institute of Road Safety Insurance (IIHS) when it was equipped with the Driver Confidence II package available, the Bolt EV also won the coveted titles of the year's Motor Trend® 2017, the North American 2017 Car of the Year® and Green Car of the Year®, awarded by Green Car Journal.
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