1. Nissan aims to take on Tesla by giving its electric vehicle Leaf major range, performance boost  CNBC
  2. Redline Reviews Checks Out Nissan LEAF e+ At CES: Video  InsideEVs
  3. Nissan e-POWER A Huge Sales Success: Why Not Add a Plug?  InsideEVs
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The new Nissan Leaf Plus will go on sale in early spring and will deliver an estimated 226 miles per charge of its lithium-ion battery. That's more than triple the range of the original Leaf. The updated car will also deliver better acceleration.

Redline Reviews was one of the first who took a look on the new Nissan LEAF e+ at the CES. Here is a quick overview of the new electric car.

Nissan celebrates tremendous achievement of selling 136,324 Note cars in Japan last year and 70% of those were e-POWER versions. So, why not make it a plug-in?