Nissan adds more range to the world's best-selling EV – at a price

Nissan Motor has introduced a longer-range version of its Leaf electric vehicle (EV): Whereas before the Leaf could only muster 84 miles of driving range, the new version can reach 107 miles. The 27% increase in driving range follows a linear increase in battery capacity – now 30 kWh instead of 2...

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