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Nissan LEAF Black Edition, available in Europe from March

Nissan LEAF Black Edition

Nissan is in congratulations, and that just celebrate the electric 75,000 marketed in Europe. Not going bad to vehicles of zero emissions from the Japanese company at European level. During the first six months of this yearsales of the Nissan LEAF have grown by 10%, while to the of your electric van e-NV200 have made 34%.

At the same time, the Japanese manufacturer presents a version with character of its urban electric. It responds to the name of Nissan LEAF Black Edition, and will be available in Europe from March onwards. Taking as a basis the Finish Acenta, Nissan LEAF Black Edition incorporates many design elements that differentiate it from most common versions.

Some of the changes in the outside of this Special Edition are the tires of five-spoke 16-inch finished in black, headlamps with LED technology, covers of the rear-view mirrors in black, darkened rear glass and a small spoiler about to rear window, as well as the black tone also for the colour of its body. In the interior we will receive some mats with embroidered in colour blue, the System NissanConnect EV of series. The 1,000 first units also can enjoy of a system Wi-Fi free.

Nissan LEAF Black Edition

This Nissan LEAF Black Edition will be available for a limited time. According to the Japanese brand, will only be available in Europe between the months of March and August of next year 2017. The Special Edition provides an aesthetic never before seen in the model, which gives a more character and style with an aggressive point; something that is not usual in a 100% electric vehicle.

The Nissan LEAF was the first electric vehicle of great production worldwide and, today, it is the world’s best-selling EV, with more than 4,000 million kilometers, and having collaborated to Nissan today can already boast of those 75,000 units sold in Europe.

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