Nissan has unveiled its 2016 LEAF electric car and, sadly, a glow-in-the-dark paint-job
won't be an option. Other new "premium-look" colors, however, will be.
More importantly, the new LEAF will have a best-in-class range of 107
miles (172 km) and the NissanConnect infotainment system as standard.
Following in the footsteps of Tesla and Mercedes-Benz,
Nissan is now set to become the latest automaker to offer battery packs
for stationary energy storage. Although pricing information has yet to
be provided, the Nissan product should be relatively affordable, as it
will incorporate used batteries from Nissan Leaf electric cars.