LAS VEGASCES 2019!! – The all-new Nissan LEAF NISMO RC, an electric race car with more than double the maximum power and torque output of its predecessor, made its North American debut at Nissan’s CES display in Las Vegas.
Nissan Crossing in Tokyo, was developed by Nissan’s racing arm, NISMO. Therefore, using its racing know-how. So NISMO created an exciting way to show the potential of Nissan’s zero-emission technology. Which is still a key component of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision.
Therefore, with dual electric motors and advanced battery technology. Then add the plus all-wheel drive capability and an aggressive, restyled body shape. That’s when the purpose-built car represents the pinnacle of electric power. The two electric motors, at opposite ends of the chassis, manage power independently to each axle. The motors produce 240 kilowatts combined (120 kW each) and an astounding 640 Nm of instant torque to the wheels. A new all-wheel-drive system gives the LEAF NISMO RC its outstanding cornering prowess.
Thereby, a long hood and Nissan’s signature V-motion grille highlight the totally restyled front end. The distinctive silver-and-black paint scheme with NISMO red accents – similar to the Nissan Formula E car – make the LEAF NISMO RC seem like it’s in constant motion, even when sitting still at the starting line.
After CES, the all-new Nissan LEAF NISMO RC will be on display at Formula E races and major shows and events around the world.
CES 2019 runs from Jan. 8-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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