The Nissan LEAF is receiving some minor updates for 2022, mainly focused around styling changes.
There are new 16 and 17-inch alloy wheel options, and two new paint colours, Pearl Blue and Magnetic Blue.
Driving assistance features such as ProPILOT remain, which enables the LEAF to automatically stop, start and maintain a safe distance from the vehicle in front.
The ‘e-Pedal’ provides the option to accelerate, decelerate and stop using only the accelerator pedal.
The LEAF also includes the NissanConnect system, featuring Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration.
Remote operation of features such as climate control are also available through the NissanConnect Services app (available from N-Connecta grade and above), and customers can link their LEAF to their Amazon Alexa smart home device.
There are still two battery options, which deliver up to 239 miles (WLTP) of driving range in the LEAF e+.
The new model year vehicle will be in Europe in April, and available to order from 1st March 2022, starting at £26,995, after the Plug-in Car Grant.
Over 577,000 Nissan LEAFs have been sold worldwide. Nissan is due to launch 23 new electrified models – including 15 full EVs – by 2030.