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  • 1. Nissan LEAF and Electric Vehicles Fact Sheet Electric Vehicles Facts Number of Public Charging Points in Europe: 20,000 (60% increase since 2012) Number of Quick Chargers in Europe: 600 (200% increase since 2012) Nissan LEAF Facts and Figures Now three grades Visia (Base), Acenta (Mid) and Tekna (Top). New grades are: Options Available: Visia which will bring a new entry price (pricing to be announced in April) Tekna which brings new technology (Around View Monitor Parking system, Bose Energy Efficient Stereo, Leather Seats etc.) Driving Range: Up to 199 km (123 miles) previously 175 km (109 miles) Average Charging Time: 4 hours from 32 amp home/public charging infrastructure with options 6.6kw charger Number of LEAF Sold Worldwide: 55,000 – sales of the Nissan LEAF were 30% higher in the first two years compared to sales of hybrids during the same period Country Where Most LEAFs Sold: Norway – over 3,400 sold – Nissan LEAF is on course to become the 5th best-selling car in Norway for Q1 2013 Number of Nissan Dealers Selling LEAF: 1,400 across Europe Customer Satisfaction Rating For LEAF: 93% of LEAF customers say they are completely or very satisfied with the car. The highest customer satisfaction rating for any Nissan vehicle in Europe 92% of people use their LEAF almost every day 54% of the people drive more than 60km per day with their LEAF Average Distance Driven In The LEAF: 55% of the owners use the LEAF to go to work Over 288 million kilometres covered by all vehicles registered on CarWings Nissan is giving away 400 of its own design Quick Chargers to infrastructure projects across Europe Number Of Electric Charging Points Installed by Nissan: 20,000 normal chargers now in across Europe, up from 12,000 12 months ago 600 Quick Chargers are now installed up from 195 12 months ago
  • 2. Key Updates to new Nissan LEAF Enhanced ride and handling with chassis tuned for Europe Extended real-world driving range - LEAF's driving range is certified at 199 km under the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC), which is an increase from 175 km in the prior model New fully integrated powertrain based around a high-response 80kW AC synchronous motor powered by 48-module compact lithium-ion batteries Technical Faster charging option that will cut conventional charging time in half, from 8 to 4 hours. A new 6.6kW on board charger will permit the use of 32 amps charging in markets where available (a typical domestic socket delivers 10 amps) 70% more efficient heating system, using an air source heat pump heating system gives greater “real world” range in colder climatic conditions New comprehensive warranty plan for the batteries – covers batteries against defects in materials and workmanship for five years/100,000 kms A new „B' setting on the transmission increases regenerative braking during deceleration and braking, without reducing throttle action Separate „Eco' button on the steering wheel extends driving range by altering the throttle mapping to discourage rapid acceleration Revised grille for improved aerodynamics which combined with the 17-inch alloy wheel reduces drag from an already impressive 0.29 to 0.28 Extended colour palette New LED charging light to assist with connecting charger after dark New i-Key that controls the charging port cover and cable lock Advanced styling, design and trim options. Exterior o Visia models have 16-inch steel wheels with full covers, black door mirror caps and halogen headlights (offer a lower price entry point) o Acenta versions have 16-inch alloy wheels, suede fabric seat trim, body coloured mirror caps and rear privacy glass o Tekna models feature even more standard equipment than the original model (17” Alloy wheels, Leather Seats, Bose Energy Efficient Stereo, Around View Monitor) More luggage space - Boot capacity has increased to 370 litres (an increase of 40 litres or the equivalent of a cabin sized carry-on suitcase) Around View Monitor is another technical innovation now found on New LEAF. AVM uses a network of cameras to generate a 360-degree overhead image of the car on the central display, simplifying parking or any difficult manoeuvre Bose Energy Efficient Series sound system which delivers a powerful, high quality audio experience from a unit that uses about 50% less energy than equivalent audio systems Revised and updated version of Nissan's acclaimed Carwings Navigation system allows owners to manage and remotely control features from a computer or smartphone and is unique to the LEAF Interior o Large colour touchscreen o Satellite navigation o Google Send-To-Car technology which allows an owner to plan a journey on a PC or tablet and then send the instructions to the car o Enhancements to the remote heating and air-conditioning functions o Greater smartphone integration o Improved voice recognition facility o Eco-routing and real-time information on the nearest charge points More supportive seats - front seats now incorporate height Leather available on the top grade LEAF, as is a darker and more practical interior finish