Based on the same Nissan Leaf that has been around since 2010 and upgraded this year, the new Black Edition promises to add “premium styling in the mass-market electric vehicle sector“.
Building upon the Acenta grade and fitted with a few dynamic styling enhancements, the zero-emissions model now comes with LED headlights, black-finished 16-inch alloy wheels, side mirror casings, roof spoiler, along with LED headlights and privacy glass.
Open the door and you will be greeted by the illuminated entry guards, blue-stitched mats, advanced NissanConnect EV telematics and Nissan’s Around View Monitor, offered at no additional cost.
“The Nissan Leaf Black Edition offers our customers stylish, premium design in an affordable mass-market 100 percent electric vehicle. We are committed to delivering innovation that excites, and this vehicle does just that, with our leading Around View Monitor technology offering customers a more confident drive – embodying Nissan Intelligent Mobility“, said Nissan Europe’s Director of Electric Vehicles, Gareth Dunsmore.
Nissan’s latest special edition Leaf will go on sale in Europe from March 2017, in a limited number that has yet to be announced. However, the automaker states that the first 1,000 customers of the car will receive a free in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot.