The next 2018 Nissan Leaf is going to be showcased for the first time in September, as the car maker has already confirmed on its Nissan Electric Twitter account.
The fresh model will acquire a more hawkish design actually inspired by the Micra, as follows from the first preview image that showed one of the vehicle’s headlights.
The spy photo definitely hints at more angular lines as well as harder edges for the vehicle’s design, something, which would contradict to its soft-looking predecessor.
Moreover, it also means the 2018 Nissan Leaf will most probably take influence from the fresh and more thrilling Micra. Evidently, it’s backed up by new sightings of development vehicles.
Along with its fresh look, the car maker’s next-gen zero-emissions electric hatchback will also feature an updated electric drivetrain expected to boast a range of 340 miles, which is more than double the current vehicle’s range.