If you've been wondering what the 2012 Nissan LEAF is capable of, you're not alone. The all-electric LEAF represents a new type of automotive technology, and it's okay to be skeptical about new products. To ease drivers' worries, Nissan has released a unique new LEAF advertisement to increase the vehicle's clout. Of course, because the previous LEAF model sold thousands of models and is the most popular electric vehicle in the U.S., it can only take its popularity to even greater heights.
Much of the advertisement shows the new Nissan LEAF going through what seems to be extreme pre-launch testing, which involves the LEAF fording a foot-deep pool without stalling (due to its electric components), and the plugged-in LEAF being struck by a lightning bolt and appearing not to change a bit. Of course, all vehicles could survive a lightning strike due to the "Faraday Cage" effect, but this ad is mean to dispel the rumors that electric cars are more likely to be harmed by such incidences. Last, viewers see the LEAF tested in heavy road traffic on the German autobahn, the Champs-Elysees in Paris, and on the freezing road of Alaska. We've also seen the LEAF tested on the snowy roads of Japan previously.
This advertisement shows how dedicated Nissan is to creating perfectly-crafted vehicles. Coon Rapids Nissan, located at 3300 129th Avenue NW Coon Rapids, MN 55448, hopes you'll check out the ad on the brand's YouTube if you get the chance. If you have any questions or would like additional information about the new LEAF, feel free to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you soon.