Kapil Dev got a gift from the Nissan Leaf EV electric car that runs 360 km in a single charge


World Electric Vehicle Day is celebrated on 9 September. On this special occasion, this year Nissan India has gifted its famous electric car Leaf to Kapil Dev, the former captain of the Indian cricket team. This information has been shared by Nissan India itself on its Twitter handle. However, at the moment the company has not confirmed that the car will be launched in India. But the questions asked in the tweet and their answers definitely indicate its launch in India (Nissan Leaf EV India Launch).

Nissan India has shared a picture through its Twitter handle, in which the MD of Nissan india company Rakesh Srivastava and former captain of the Indian cricket team Kapil Dev are standing together and in the middle of them is the red-coloured Nissan Leaf EV Electric. car. Let us tell you, at present this car has not been launched in India. However, now there can be speculation that this car may knock in India soon.

Actually, a fan commented on this picture and asked whether this car is available for purchase in India. Responding to a fan’s query, Nissan India commented, “We would like to inform you that currently we do not have Nissan Leaf available for sale in the Indian market and we will not share any launch related information before the official announcement. can do.”

After this, in another comment, Nissan said, “You will be informed about the availability of the car after the official announcement.”

The company’s answer to the fan’s question and the picture of Leaf posted with Kapil Dev indicate that the company is preparing to launch this car in India soon.

Let us tell you, this car was introduced in the US market with two different battery packs. One variant of the car comes with a battery pack with a capacity of 40 kWh, while the other variant is of 62 kWh capacity. The 40 kWh battery offers a range of up to 240 km on a single charge, while the 62 kWh variant will give you a range of up to 360 km on a single charge.

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