Thursday, September 3, 2009

The 100% Electric Nissan Leaf + EVcast

Speaking of electric cars... Nissan is introducing the LEAF in 2012- which will be here before you know it. It's not a hybrid- it's better... no need for gas and there are no emissions when driving this 100% electric car. And will perform like a V6 vehicle.

Q: How far can you drive on a single charge?
The LEAF will have a range of 100 miles per charge under average, everyday driving conditions.

Q:How long does it take to charge the battery
The battery will charge in 4-8 hours on a 220V home charging unit. At quick-charge stations, it will charge to 80% in about 26 minutes.

Q:What is the acceleration and top speed of this car?
The LEAF handles and accelerates like a V6 car and has a top speed of up to 90mph.

You can check out all about the LEAF HERE and sign up for updates. Additionally, to learn more about what is happening and related information to electric cars, check out EVcast: the pod cast for electric cars HERE.

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