Nissan Part # F2809-3NC0A Illuminated Nissan Logo (LEAF) https://www.japanparts.com/parts/detail/39227 Consisting of a blue LED light hidden under the Nissan Logo on the charging port door, creating a faint blue glow when your car’s lights are switched on. Easy installation in about one hour assuming you have some basic skills and tools. https://www.japanparts.com/parts/detail/39227
07.19.2011 , RALEIGH, N.C. NISSAN TO LAUNCH ALL-ELECTRIC LEAF AS UPGRADED 2012 MODEL IN NEW U.S. MARKETS Nissan North America Inc. is expanding availability of the all-electric Nissan LEAF to U.S. consumers for the 2012 model year, with upgrades based on feedback from the thousands of owners who already have driven several millions of miles in the first 100-percent electric car for the mass market. The Nissan LEAF, enriched with additional standard equipment including quick charging
The name on the back panel, just under the massive adjustable rear wing, says Nissan LEAF. The powertrain is a 100-percent zero-emission advanced Lithium-ion battery design, just like the one found in the mass-market electric vehicle.
This is the Nissan LEAF Nismo RC, a racing variant of the LEAF electric car, that will be unveiled at the 2011 New York Auto Show The Nissan LEAF Nismo RC (short for Racing Competition) is 3.9-inches shorter, 0.8-inches longer, 6.7-inches wider and a staggering 13.8-inches lower than the production Nissan LEAF. Ground clearance is limited to 2.4 inches, compared to 6.3 inches for the road going car. And, at 2,068 pounds, the race
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The TRIAC is essentially a large, covered trike. The 20kw electric motor can achieve a very reasonable 80mph, and will take you on travels up to 100 miles on any given charge. It takes about 6 hours for its lithium-ion battery to recharge fully and, as with most electric vehicles, it comes with a regenerative braking system… read more
You aren’t going to fit a family of 5 in this car, but that’s not what it’s made for. Green Vehicles, manufacturer of the 3-wheeled TRIAC EV, calls it a “modern freeway commuter,” because the zero-emissions vehicle can reach 80 mph and will get you into the carpool lane with a single driver. read more
This is about 50% True. ZAP is All Hype Except for the Xebra, that needs lots of Design help. But at least they are trying. I do own a Xebra so you can see my opinion on my ZAP review here.DepotEco.com ZAP Xebra Review But read this Article about ZAP by Wired Mag. read more