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Nissan leaf defies nature

Nissan Lev
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In a first-of-its-kind driving test, Nissan Leaf, the world's first 100% electric car to be mass-produced, defied the speed of two elements of nature, fire and wind. Nissan prepared a challenge to a Lev car along a kilometer in a closed area on Samroiud Beach in Thailand, during which the car competed with fire and winds by using a "fire line" made by a fireworks expert and with the participation of the parasailing champion, to find out the fastest in reaching the finish line .

This challenge was developed to alter the stereotypes of electric cars that they are not dynamic enough or excitement. As a world leader in electric mobility and innovative technologies, Nissan wanted to challenge this image in a unique way. The Nissan Leaf managed to outpace its competitors and reach a speed of 100 km per hour in just 7.9 seconds.

"There is no doubt that electric cars are the responsible choice for a more sustainable future. Through this challenge, we aim to ensure that the Nissan Leaf is truly exceptional not only because of zero emissions but also," said Nirmal Nair, Nissan's vice president of marketing for the Asia and Oceania region. As it is a great car with remarkable acceleration and dynamics that can meet any challenge. "

Thanks to the high acceleration of the Nissan Leaf, the electronic transmission system operates the car without the need for a fuel engine, so the momentum directly reaches the wheels, which makes electric cars faster when starting and enables them to provide a smooth and responsive driving experience. The Nissan Leaf, which sold more than 470,000 units worldwide, was able to overcome the fire and air thanks to the high-efficiency light transmission system that produces only slight vibrations and creates instant torque.