The new Nissan LEAF is rated at ~40 kWh (nearly 39.5 kWh of capacity), out of which usable is several percent less due to top and bottom buffers.

2018 Nissan LEAF

2018 Nissan LEAF

According to the Lemon-Tea Leaf's video, the fully charged LEAF was at ~38 kWh (the rest is a top-end buffer), and fully discharged probably stillĀ  has 1 kWh or so (the instrument cluster says no energy at about 3.8 kWh left - so that's the reserved revealed by the Leaf Spy Pro app).

Overall, Lemon-Tea Leaf did some 121 miles at 60 mph on a full charge with 9.9 miles left (3.8 kWh) between the nominal 0% and a dead battery.

The new Nissan LEAF uses 192 lithium-ion cells (56.3 Ah and 3.65 V) produced by AESC, acquired by GSR Capital from Nissan/NEC.

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2018 Nissan LEAF evaluated At 0% Charge With LEAF Spy Pro (source: Lemon-Tea Leaf)

2018 Nissan LEAF evaluated At 0% Charge With LEAF Spy Pro (source: Lemon-Tea Leaf)

2018 Nissan LEAF evaluated At 0% Charge With LEAF Spy Pro (source: Lemon-Tea Leaf)

2018 Nissan LEAF evaluated At 0% Charge With LEAF Spy Pro (source: Lemon-Tea Leaf)