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This is what the future sounds like - Nissan LEAF drives up with new e-car sounds


The Nissan LEAF is now rolling into model year 2021 with a new sound: an acoustic vehicle warning system (AVAS) will in future provide information about the approaching, otherwise almost silent electric car. The Japanese automobile manufacturer is thus once again improving the already high level of safety of its e-pioneer.

Added on the 19/08/2021 08:33:38 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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