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Nissan LEAF Sound & Acceleration

Before buying or testing driving a LEAF I never could see or hear what it was like; with this video you can hear all the sounds


 


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Unloading Our New Nissan LEAF + First drive [HD]
Mike Lookinland "smuggles" a (nearly) new Nissan Leaf into Utah. We bought our Leaf at Nissan of Vacaville. Everything is put to Johann Strauss II's "An der schönen blauen Donau" ("On the Beautiful Blue Danube"). Music performed by Peter Falk: Orchestra Of The Vienna Volksoper. Please Enjoy!





Vectrix
In this video I am showing basic use of my Vectrix electric scooter





nissan leaf 15 month after purchased
a man that bought one of the first nissan leaf in the us and is very satisfied from it performance





Nissan Leaf 2013/14 - testing the world's best selling electric car [Review]
http://www.redferret.net/?p=42084. The Nissan Leaf 2013/14 is the latest model of the world's best selling electric car. The Leaf Tekna which we used for a week, comes fully loaded with heated seats, heated steering wheel, a solar panel on the rear wing and the typical features of most modern EV cars. We found it to be a pleasure to drive and surprisingly nimble for such a spacious vehicle. More details can be found at www.redferret.net.





Nissan Leaf Nismo Acceleration 0-100 Testdrive
Nissan Leaf Nismo electic car - testdrive with 0-100km/h test. Hello and welcome to the "Car Acceleration TV" youtube channel. The electric motor under the hood delivers 80 kW / 109 hp and a decent torque of 254 Nm. The Leaf accelerated test in 9.64 seconds from 0-100km/h - felt you go faster. The top speed is electronically limited to 144 km/h. It also exists in the Nismo version with sporty accent. Do you like this video? Please visit my youtube car channel for best electric cars especially Tesla Roadster, Model S..., drive & grip, fast acceleration and top speed videos, testdrive videos, drive with top gear, car reviews, classic cars and much more. http://www.youtube.com/user/caracceleration or subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=caracceleration





Nissan Leaf vs Renault Fluence ZE - DDrive - сравнение электромобилей
Мы продолжаем делать большие, емкие виртуальные тест-драйвы автомобилей. Иногда у нас получается не просто посмотреть на какое-нибудь ведро, а сравнить несколько. Сегодня у нас получилось познакомиться с двумя электромобилями: Nissan Leaf и Renault Fluence ZE, первый из которых является самым продаваемым автомобилем на электрической тяге. На протяжении этих 30 минут мы расскажем обо всем, что смогли узнать, увидеть, почувствовать и потрогать. Не забывайте делиться видео, если оно вам понравилось! VEDDRO.com - позитивное автомобильное комьюнити. Мы снимаем: 1. VEDDROШоу - нетрадиционные тесты сверхъестественных возможностей ведер, а также всего, что связано с автотематикой. 2. VEDDROIMHО - скромное, но с широким размахом ИМХО о тачках. 3. 100 сек - короткие ответы на FAQ, история, события, хроника мира ведер. 4. Автоличность - короткие скетчи о влиятельных персонах. Сайт - http://veddro.com Вконтакте - http://vk.com/veddro Facebook - http://facebook.com/veddrocom Twitter - http://twitter.com/veddrocom Google+ - http://google.com/+veddro





Nissan Leaf VSP Vechicle Sound for Pedestrians
http://www.leafownersgroup.com In developing the sound system, Nissan studied behavioral research of the visually impaired and worked with cognitive and acoustic psychologists. After looking at applied original technology developed to reduce vehicle noise and conducting tests in Japan and abroad, the Approaching Vehicle Sound for Pedestrians system was created. The sine-wave sound system sweeps from 2.5kHz at the high end to a low of 600Hz, an easily audible range across age groups. Nissan worked to avoid a sound range that would add unnecessary noise to the environment (around 1,000Hz). Depending on the speed and status (accelerating or decelerating) of Nissan LEAF, the sound system will make sweeping, high-low sounds. For instance, when Nissan LEAF is started, the sound will be louder, so a visually impaired person would be aware that a nearby car was beginning operations. And when a car is in reverse, the system will generate an intermittent sound. The sound system ceases operation when Nissan LEAF tops 30km/h and enters a sound range where regular road noise is high. It engages again as Nissan LEAF slows to under 25km/h. The system is controlled through a computer and synthesizer in the dash panel, and the sound is delivered through a speaker in the engine compartment. A switch inside the vehicle can turn off sounds temporarily. The system automatically resets to "On" at the next ignition cycle.





Nissan Leaf 2013 acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
This is the 2013 Nissan Leaf accelerating from 0 - 100 km/h in 10.1 seconds. This car has a electric engine which produces 110 bhp. I think this is a god car for city driving, and it has a bad range. I where driving to my cabin, which is 60 km and i had 10 km left when came up to my cabin. I would never buy a car like this.. But funny driving electric car, where is the sound? Tesla is so much better in every ways! Filming with my GoPro HD Hero 2 in 1080p. Enjoy;)





Vectrix 1
Vectrix ride to work





Nissan LEAF Drive
Driving the LEAF back home from Renault EV center





2012 NISSAN LEAF COLD START
Nissan says that the car has a top speed of over 150 km/h (93 mph). Its motor is rated at 80 kilowatts (110 hp) and 280 newton metres (210 lb·ft).[41] Unofficially, 0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h) performance has been tested at 9.9 seconds.[2] The Leaf uses a front-mounted electric motor driving the wheels, powered by a 86 megajoules (24 kW·h) lithium ion battery pack rated to deliver up to 90 kilowatts (120 hp) power.[42] The pack contains air-cooled, stacked laminated battery cells with lithium manganate cathodes.[43][44] The battery and control module together weigh 300 kilograms (660 lb) and the specific energy of the cells is 140 W·h/kg.[41] Each battery pack costs Nissan an estimated US$18,000 (as of May 2010).[45][46] Under its five-cycle testing, the United States Environmental Protection Agency found the Leaf's energy consumption to be 765 kJ/km (34 kWh/100 miles) and rated the Leaf combined fuel economy equivalent at 99 MPGe (2.4 L/100 km), with an equivalent 106 mpg-US (2.22 L/100 km; 127 mpg-imp) in city driving and 92 mpg-US (2.6 L/100 km; 110 mpg-imp) on highways.[7][8][47] [edit] Battery The 24 kWh battery pack consists of 48 modules and each module contains four cells, a total of 192 cells, and is assembled by Automotive Energy Supply Corporation (AESC) -- a joint venture between Nissan, NEC and NEC Energy Devices, at Zama, Japan.[48][49][50] The Leaf's design locates the battery, the heaviest part of any EV, below the seats and rear foot space, keeping the center of gravity as low as possible and increasing structural rigidity compared to a conventional five-door hatchback.[2][50][51] The battery pack is expected to retain 70% to 80% of its capacity after 10 years but its actual lifespan depends on how often fast charging (440-volt) is used and also on environmental factors.[44] Nissan said the battery has a "lifespan of 5--10 years under normal use".[52] The Leaf's battery is guaranteed by Nissan for eight years or 100,000 miles (160,000 km)[53][54] (see Warranty sub-section below under United States for limitations). In addition to the main battery, the Leaf also has an auxiliary 12-volt lead--acid battery that provides power to the car computer systems and accessories such as the audio system, supplemental restraint systems, headlights and windshield wipers.[55] The small solar panel on the Leaf rear spoiler (in the United States, only comes with SL trim[56]) helps to charge this accessory battery.[57] Nissan recommends owners the following preventive actions to help maximize the lithium-ion battery's useful life and its ability to hold a charge:[55] Avoid exposing a vehicle to ambient temperatures above 120 °F (49 °C) for over 24 hours. Avoid storing a vehicle in temperatures below −13 °F (−25 °C) for over 7 days. Avoid exceeding 70 to 80% state of charge when using frequent (more than once per week) fast or quick charging. Allow the battery charge to go below 80% before charging. Avoid leaving the vehicle for over 14 days where the Li-ion battery available charge gauge reaches a zero or near zero (state of charge).





the new sound - Nissan LEAF
The 100% electric Nissan LEAF has sounds for turning on, sounds for backing up and sounds for driving. Petrol cars have something similar, but it's called noise.





This is what a Nissan Leaf REALLY sounds like
I put my Samsung Galaxy II in the engine compartment of my Nissan Leaf and drove around a bit to see what it really sounds like... enjoy.





Chris Emerson - One Year Driving the Nissan Leaf
My good friend Chris Emerson has driven a Nissan Leaf for the last year, and we spent an afternoon chatting about his experiences driving an electric vehicle. Friendly warning that this is a long video, but Chris is a pretty insightful guy. If you've been curious about EV's in general (and the Leaf specifically) this is a pretty in-depth look at what owning one in Los Angeles is like. -------------------------------------- Gadget news and reviews - http://www.YourTechReport.com Juan Carlos Bagnell on Google Plus - http://bit.ly/SomeAudioGuy_on_GPlus Juan Carlos Bagnell on Twitter - http://Twitter.com/SomeAudioGuy Juan on Instagram - http://instagram.com/someaudioguy LA Fox 11 'Tech For The Rest of Us' (On SoundCloud): http://goo.gl/mym4r YTR on SiriusXM Broadcasts(On SoundCloud): http://goo.gl/rEwNv





Redline Review: 2014 Nissan Leaf
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2Redline Instagram: http://instagram.com/sofyan_bey Subscribe today for all the latest reviews! Nissan showed the world an all-electric plug-in vehicle could be affordable, when they introduced the Leaf hatchback back in 2011. After 4 years on the market and new competition from BMW, Volkswagen, Chevy, and Ford, does the best-selling EV have what it takes to hold onto its sales crown?





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