2018 Nissan LEAF Images Plus B-Roll Exterior And Interior Videos


2018 Nissan LEAF

Concurrent with the debut of the new 2018 Nissan LEAF, the automaker release some b-roll video of the exterior and interior of the highly anticipated electric car.

From those videos, we’ve compiled some screen grabs of the new LEAF in white, blue and red.

Of course, no debut post would be complete without a shot of the charge port, so why not lead with it?

Just as a reminder the 2018 Nissan LEAF is equipped with a 40 kWh battery from $29,990 and is available in all 50 states in early 2018.  A longer range/60 kWh edition arrives in the 2nd half of 2018 as a 2019 model.  (More details/watch live debut here)

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF Interior

Now it’s time for some b-roll video, followed by additional photos further down below.

2018 Nissan LEAF Exterior B-Roll:

2018 Nissan LEAF Interior B-Roll:

2018 Nissan LEAF images – Inside and Out:

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

One image in particular caught our attention. It’s this one here showing the rear cargo area of the LEAF with the seats fold down. Notice how unflat those seats still are? Very similar to the first-gen LEAF, which we had hoped would be improved upon in this new version.

2018 Nissan LEAF With Rear Seats Down

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

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Looks good, good price.
Good Luck.

Terrible location for the bose audio equipment. Really reduces the use-able space. They need to get that seat fold-down issue fixed asap, doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me if this is a new car that they didn’t reshape the batteries or do somehing to flatten it out. That’s just terrible…

Totally agree with you Nickoo, bad design.
Can you buy this without Zero Emission written all over the car?

If its like my 2013, you can take it off in 5 mins with a little dental floss.

This is where Tesla had really shown us what an EV can be like. Frunk is where the engine “stuff” would be, why can’t Nissan condense their electronics and place them elsewhere in the vehicle? Bose audio system is the same. Do we need to access it? Why isn’t it under the boot floor out of the way? Maybe Bose stipulated they had to have it visible.
I’ll probably post this on every forum, why did they change the dash? The Speedo above the steering wheel was excellent, now we are back to boring, obscured, instrument display. They could have easily left it the same format as the old model, with updated styling, and put a nice LCD display into the dash to display all the other statistics and ProPilot stuff. I’ll have to sit in it, but from the photos it is just bland!

It’s certainly better looking than the first generation. However, it’s not in the same league, even just appearance, as the Model 3.

Or the Bolt EV for that matter. Still too many knobs and switches and the 360 degree blended images – aren’t!

Interesting. My first thought was: “looks kind of like the Bolt.”

Metric Specs

Exterior (mm)

Overall length: 4,480

Overall width: 1,790

Overall height: 1,540

Wheelbase: 2,700

Track width, front/rear: 1,540/1,555

Minimum ground clearance: 150

Coefficient of drag (Cd): 0.28

Tyres: 205/55R16 or 215/50R17

Storage: 435 litres, rear seats up (VDA)

Weight/capacity (kg)

Kerb weight: 1,490-1,520

Capacity: 5 passenger

Gross vehicle weight: 1765-1795

Battery Type: Li-ion battery

Capacity: 40kWh

Electric motor Name: EM57

Maximum output: 110kw (150ps)/3283~9795rpm

Maximum torque: 320Nm (32.6kgf・m)/0~3283rpm

So it seems a lot better than the old one to me. I watched the first video and thought wow it’s a shame that the charge port door messes up the lines of the hood….and then I’m watching the next video and I notice that the fake grill is almost exactly the same shape as the charge port…..Ur so like why didn’t they make the charge port opening the grill. Designer! Doh. 🙂

I like the new look and the 40KWh battery. I’m also glad they kept the price down. I only wish they had of done this back in 2015, instead of now. They could have sold a lot more Leafs. With the Bolt and Model 3 out on the market, they are way behind the curve.

Kind of interesting as far as pricing goes but still slightly dissapointed. Barely catching up to Chevy and Tesla, plus the 60kw version only hitting the market in a year, no price announced. By that time Chevy would probably be announcing Bolt 2.0 and Tesla Will be spitting out M3s like there is no tomorrow