Forget about answering the question "Who killed the electric car?" That's because Nissan is bringing the electric car back from the dead. Sure, the Tesla Roadster has made the electric car cool again, but the 2011 Nissan Leaf is the first, full-electric mainstream vehicle to be put on sale for the American consumer.(forget about those own modified from gasoline to electric model)
This Nissan Leaf is endowed with a lithium-ion battery powered motor that boasts a driving range of 200km when fully charged. it also comes with a unique energy regeneration technology that vastly reduces energy loss brought on by hydraulic braking, well deserving of its recent certification from US Environment Protection Agency as the most efficient vehicle yet.
Paired with a futuristic body anchored by a sleek front with a large, elongated LED headlights with blue reflective design, the car nails its green status further with an extensive use of recycled and recyclable materials in its construction, resulting in an impressive 99% recoverability rate.
Well done!! I just love it!! How about you?