The Leaf is still cumulatively the best-selling all-electric vehicle in the world with over 260,000 units delivered, but sales have been lacking during the past few years and other vehicles have been catching up.
Also, being worked on are programmes called Vehicle-To-Home (V2H) and Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) which basically work out ways the Nissan LEAF's power source (the battery-run electric motor) can be used when the car's is not being driven.
London airport to get first digital air traffic control
The control tower in Swanwick will house three people per shift, the same number of controllers now working in London. The new system, due to be completed in 2018, will be tested for a year before becoming fully operational in 2019.
The next Nissan Leaf will arrive next year with a more aggressive design inspired by the Micra, as shown by the first preview image.
With that, we can expect Nissan to release more details and teasers photos of the next generation LEAF as soon as its official reveal date draws nearer.
N.Korea fetes scientists behind latest missile launch
This launch is the latest in a long list of weapons tests carried out by the regime of Kim Jong-un, particularly since past year . The U.S., meanwhile, has condemned North Korea's continued nuclear and missile testing.
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In addition, the next generation Nissan Leaf will get a roomier cabin and will be incorporating a host of new creature comforts. More importantly, the new Leaf is likely to feature Nissan's ProPilot autonomous driving tech with the model getting three levels of autonomous capability. The EV will also see a major hike in its total range from the current 172 km range. To go along its updated new look, which should respect the new corporate design philosophy premiered by the Micra, the Leaf is also widely expected to bring a new zero-emissions powertrain. That said, the new Leaf will be offered in multiple range options internationally.
Everything you need to know about the 'WannaCrypt' ransomware attack
Most ATMs were running fine, there could be some which may not have updated Microsoft's Windows operating system, sources said. Businesses and the public are supposed to constantly update their computers with the latest patches and software updates.
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