Japanese automaker Nissan is all set to debut the new Leaf electric hatchback in September. But ahead of that, the images of the all-electric car has been leaked on the internet.
The pictures of the new Leaf is said to be captured at Nissan's Oppama manufacturing plant in Japan. The leaked images look legit as the exterior design is identical to the official preview from the automaker.
Previously, Nissan claimed that the second-generation Leaf would be more aerodynamic to improve efficiency. The electric hatchback will deliver a range of 547km on a single charge.
The new Nissan Leaf will be equipped with new battery pack options which enable the automaker to offer the hatchback with a variety of specifications, similar to Tesla.
The second-gen Leaf will also feature Nissan's Pro Pilot Park technology. The technology uses cameras and sonars to handle throttle, brake and steering inputs to park the vehicle. The park assist is a part of Pro Pilot technology with single lane semi-autonomous feature.
The new Leaf will be the most advanced autonomous car from the stable of Nissan. The design of the electric hatchback is inspired from the new Micra with sloping nose and aggressive design.
The new Nissan Leaf will make its debut on September 6, 2017. The second-gen electric hatchback will hit the roads in 2018. Nissan aims to sell 20 percent electric vehicles by 2020, and the new Leaf will play a vital role to achieve this goal.