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ho seri dubbi sulla durata complessiva delle prestazioni delle batterie.

mi devono veramente convincere.

Sono fregnacce, te lo dico in anticipo e con pochi timori di smentita;)

Il puro elettrico NON VA BENE per l'utenza privata.

Non sai quanto ti sbagli.......

L'elettrica è la seconda auto per eccellenza, l'auto del pendolare per eccellenza. I problemi maggiori sono le infrastrutture di ricarica in luoghi pubblici (o privati aziendali) per ora inesistenti e soprattutto la mentalità avversa degli automobilisti da sradicare.

I Km di autonomia delle elettriche sono reali (oddio, in base a come le usi) e bastano e avanzano per l'uso pendolare o cittadino.

Queste auto vanno provate, sono incredibili una volta al volante: tutta quella coppia nel silenzio assoluto e tutti i comfort delle auto odierne.

Vanno provate, e questo sarà difficile visti i costi che avranno almeno fino al 2012-2013.

L'uso elettrico puro verrà sdoganato dalle ibride plug-in, da li si avrà il volano per le infrastrutture e la gente inizierà a capire meglio le elettriche viaggiando per un po' puramente a batteria...

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Posto anche in questo thread della Nissan Leaf i dati completi rilevati dal confronto Volt-Leaf di Road & Track:


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Press Release :

Updated Nissan LEAF Available in Japan
  • Addition of the affordable "S grade"
  • Variety of new enhancements and equipment
  • 228km of range achieved at full charge (JC08 mode)
  • 700 outlets in Japan to be equipped with quick chargers by end of fiscal year 2012

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Nov. 20, 2012) – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced the release in Japan of the updated Nissan LEAF, which has received a number of enhancements. The all-electric LEAF is in its second iteration and is now available at Nissan dealers nationwide.

The Nissan LEAF is the number one selling EV in the world. Since its debut in December 2010, more than 43,000 drivers around the world have chosen the LEAF. By purchasing one, owners are making a personal contribution to help create a sustainable zero-emission society; the LEAF emits zero CO2 or exhaust during operation.

The new LEAF continues to offer excellent performance and driving feel, with smooth, strong acceleration and quiet delivery across a speed range that's comparable to that of luxury models, as well as great handling stability realized by well-balanced weight distribution.

The affordable S grade has been added for the new model year and joins the ongoing G and X grades. There is no performance sacrifice with the new S grade.

Among several new enhancements for the new LEAF are:

  • Available genuine leather seats
  • BOSE® Energy Efficient Series sound system
  • Around View Monitor which assists parking at roadsides
  • Driving range of 228km at a full charge (JC08 mode)
  • Enhanced regenerative braking performance
  • A power-saving heating system.

At present, there are approximately 400 sales outlets in Japan that are equipped with quick chargers. In order to offer even better convenience and accessibility for LEAF owners, Nissan plans to expand the availability of quick chargers to 700 sales outlets in Japan. When the expansion is completed, one-third of dealers will be able to offer quick charging service.

The major changes in specifications and equipment of the new Nissan LEAF are:


  • Sporty and stylish 17-inch aluminum wheels (standard on G)
  • 16-inch aluminum wheels used in the current model are available as a factory-installed option (on X)
  • 16-inch full-wheel covers (standard on S and X)
  • LED headlights with auto-leveling using blue reflection LED lights (standard on G, factory-installed option on S and X)
  • Front fog lights (standard on G, dealer-installed option on S and X)
  • Seven available body colors, including three new colors: Dark Metal Gray, Brilliant White Pearl and White.


  • Chic, elegant black interior
  • Genuine leather seats available on G and X as a factory-installed option (Airy Gray color for previous model is available on G and X)
  • Pop-up and down adjustable rear center seat headrest
  • Increased luggage space from 330L to 370L, realized by moving a downsized onboard charger from the back of the car to the front
  • Remaining battery capacity shown by percentage in the Multifunction Display
  • Foot-operated parking brake.

Basic EV structure

  • High voltage unit, including an electric motor, inverter and DC/DC converter, was integrated, resulting in a 30 percent volume reduction and a 10 percent mass reduction
  • More responsive and exhilarating acceleration feel delivered by a newly designed motor
  • Weight reduced by about 80kg compared to previous model. Achieved by combined powertrain unit, integrated functions, streamlined battery module and case structure, and use of lighter parts
  • B range that generates deceleration without feeling a change in noise and gravity even on a downward slope (standard on G and X)
  • Enhanced driving performance achieved by improved steering response in the medium-speed range and optimized suspension characteristics associated with weight reduction.

Improved power consumption

  • Reduced power consumption with a heat-pump cabin heater, heated seat for all seats, heated steering wheel and heat shield ceiling
  • Changes to the regenerative brake control system enable more efficient power generation when the brakes are operated.


  • Long-life mode (where the battery is charged to 80% to extend the battery life), now available in any charging mode
  • Improved convenience of the charging port, including a locking mechanism for the normal charging connector, LED light for charging at night and electromagnetic opener for the charging port lid.


  • Addition of "Stop-off charging spot guidance" function, "Power-saving route guidance" function and "Battery capacity at a destination forecast" function which can allay potential range anxiety
  • New ways to search for and locate charging spots easily and quickly. Adoption of "Charging spot availability information provision" function, "Quick charger location display" function and "Unavailable charging spot display" function.

Additional enhancements

  • Lighter-weight, highly efficient BOSE® seven-speaker system: Energy Efficient System (factory-installed option on G and X)
  • Around View Monitor shows an image of the vehicle's surroundings that is not easily visible (factory-installed option on G and X)
  • Highly concentrated Plasma Cluster Ion generator which eliminates odors and kills germs (standard on G)
  • Hill Start Assist which enables a driver to start the LEAF on a slope without worrying about rolling backward

Nissan LEAF has been developed in line with Nissan's commitment to using recycled materials where possible to minimize environmental impacts. In addition, the amount of the rare earth element dysprosium used in the newly designed motor of the updated Nissan LEAF has been reduced by about 40 percent compared to the previous model—without sacrificing performance.

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All Nissan LEAF grades qualify for the Japanese government's eco-car subsidies and are exempt from the automobile weight tax and automobile acquisition tax. In addition, LEAF customers can receive up to 780,000 yen in incentive grants in accordance with the Japanese government's incentive scheme for fiscal year 2012 to promote the purchase of clean energy vehicles.


  • Customers can apply for these subsidies at the Next Generation Vehicle Promotion Center. Additional subsidies may be available through local governments. To qualify for these subsidies, owners must retain the vehicle for six years.
  • Nissan LEAF also qualifies for preferential tax incentives available for environmentally friendly vehicles. As such, the LEAF is fully exempt from the automobile acquisition tax on vehicles registered by March 31, 2015, and the automobile weight tax on vehicles registered by April 30, 2015.
  • Additionally, the automobile tax on vehicles registered by March 31, 2014 is reduced by 50 percent for one year starting from the next fiscal year following the registrations.
  • BOSE is a registered trademark of the Bose Corporation.
  • Plasma Cluster is a registered trademark of the Sharp Corporation.

For information about Nissan’s comprehensive approach to zero emissions, please visit: Nissan Zero Emission Website | Top

Edited by Touareg 2.5

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ma quant'è BROOTTA!

fin troppo buono :lol: vabbè.. i suoi punti di forza son ben altri e ben più importanti, certo, un corpo più piacevole sarebbe stato educato farglielo...

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il punto è che già viene richiesto uno sforzo economico notevole e l'accettazione di una grossa incognite sulle sue batterie che purtorppo già stanno dimostrando danni precoci e allarmanti.... falla essere anche brutta e voilà, si sta tramutando in un flop...

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