Nissan started selling the 2021 version of the Nissan Leaf, which arrives on the market with a set of new technologies. One of the novelties is an intelligent blind spot intervention system (IBSI), integrated as standard in all vehicle versions. This system allows you to automatically apply the brakes to keep the car in the lane when a danger factor is identified nearby.
Tekna models have an interior rear view mirror with intelligent vision (IRVM) that provides a digital view of the outside through an LCD screen. The images are captured by a high resolution digital camera positioned at the rear of the vehicle, allowing an integral rear view.
The NissanConnect Services smartphone application remains at the driver’s disposal to access a range of vehicle features, such as remote control of the climate control and monitoring of battery charge. The new models now launched bring more functionalities accessible through the application, such as opening doors, configuring smart alerts, speed notifications and georeferencing.
The Nissan Leaf 2021 is available in a new exterior color, Ceramic Gray, which can be combined with a Black Metallic roof. Prices start at 23,000 euros.