Kuala Lumpur, 14 July 2019 – In a recent Nissan-commissioned study by Frost & Sullivan, titled “Future of Electric Vehicles(EV) in Southeast Asia,” revealed that one in three Southeast Asian consumers are open to buying an electric vehicle, with 37 percent of South East Asian consumers now considering EVs for their next vehicle purchase.
The most common questions surrounding EVs and myths are charging, range, driving and ownership, and today, Nissan together with ETCM are here to share more knowledge about EVs.
For the charging an EV, The All-New Nissan LEAF comes with a 6.6kW Wall Box Charger that takes approximately 7 hours to fully charge the vehicle as about 80-90% of the owners prefer overnight charging. For faster charging mode, 50kW quick charger CHAdeMO is able to fully charge up the All-New Nissan LEAF within 60 minutes, which will be located at easily accessible area and the charging can be safely performed even in the rain.
For the EV Range, the new Nissan LEAF equipped with 40kWh lithium-ion battery is capable of boasting an average og 311km of full-charge on the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) test mode.
This car is capable to achieve 0-100km/h in7.9 seconds and a top speed in excess of 150km/h. Safety is another feature that characterizes, which it achieve 5-star safety rating in Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP) with many sensors and equipped with 6 SRS airbags.