The 2nd Generation LEAF was awarded Drive.com.au’s award for “Car of the Year Green Innovation”. It’s scheduled for delivery to Australia in mid-2019.
“There are significant advantages in driving an electric car, but the Nissan LEAF takes those benefits beyond the driving experience with the ability to save money when it’s in the driveway. The Nissan LEAF-to-Home function makes the electric car more appealing than ever.” – Drive Network editor in chief Andrew Maclean
On November 27, 2018, Nissan postponed the launch of the 60-kWh Nissan LEAF e-Plus due to the issues surrounding Carlos Goshn.
While the automakers have stressed that operations and business are proceeding as normal, Nissan has postponed the launch of its high-performance Leaf electric car “to ensure that this important product unveiling could receive the coverage it merits