The second-generation Nissan Leaf is here and it has big shoes to fill since the model it replaces was the bestselling EV in the automotive history till now (sold more than 283,000 units globally since 2010). Though it never made it to India, the first-gen Nissan Leaf was the defacto choice in the affordable all-electric space around the world.
The new model comes with substantially improved range, enhanced equipment list and sharper and sophisticated styling. The new Leaf becomes more important for the Indian market as Nissan confirmed that it will be tested extensively here in the coming months. This might indicate that the Japanese automaker is finally planning to launch the new-gen version of its famous EV in India.