Nissan Leaf with a not-terribly-attractive body kit and two-tone wheels. Suffice it to say, it's not much like the conceptual version Nissan showed off at the Tokyo Motor Show back in 2011...
Our blunt assessment of the Leaf Aero Style doesn't necessarily mean
it's bad, of course. It's still, best we can tell, a Nissan Leaf through
and through, which means it has the same 107 horsepower, 187 pound-feet
of torque and 24-kWh battery pack as every other new Leaf. That, in
turn, means it has an official range of 75 miles
(though you're probably better off assuming you can get 50 or so miles
per charge in the real world) and a top speed of 90 miles per hour.
The Nissan Leaf Aero Style will go on sale in Japan in December of 2013,
and there's no word on whether or not it will make its way to the
States. There's also no official word on whether the Aero Style is
actually any more aerodynamic than the standard Leaf, one of the
slipperier cars on the market.
Thanks to: Autoblog