The SportBible is the definitive guide to all things Nissan’s new LE-focused, rear-wheel-drive, front-wheel drive, all-electric, electric crossover.
It’s also the definitive book on Nissan’s forthcoming, all electric, all future crossover.
So what’s in it?
The Sport, which will go on sale in 2019, will come with a range of technology enhancements to the car, including a rear-mounted adaptive cruise control, a four-stage automatic braking system, adaptive cruise assist and a new all-wheel steering system.
It’s also got an updated interior with leather and carbon-fiber, and a host of new technologies to enhance driver performance, including an all-new 10-inch touchscreen with the latest Nissan technology.
Nissan is also launching a suite of new driver aids, including Lane Departure Assist (LDA), which allows the car to “automatically decelerate” if it sees a vehicle entering the lane before it has completed the journey, and Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), which helps drivers anticipate obstacles and can help them avoid collisions.
The Sport also gets a new rear camera, a front-facing rearview camera and a more efficient battery.
There’s also a new driver assist suite called Dynamic Driver Assist (DDA) and a redesigned steering wheel, which can improve driver reactions to road hazards and road noise.
All of these new features, and others, are being rolled out across all models.
There’s also an updated adaptive cruise system, which allows drivers to react to road conditions to avoid an accident.
The new steering wheel is designed to reduce the amount of time a driver has to react before turning left, and it’s now designed to help prevent car-to-car collisions, so the new wheel will feature more responsive control for the rear seats and other areas of the car.
All-new all-digital, all powertrain The Sport will also get a new, all new, electric, electric and all-powertrain powertrain, including electric motor, electric drivetrain and hybrid drivetrain, as well as an all new electric motor for use in the Sport, along with new electric drive units.
The all-electrics, all drivetrain powertrains will be powered by Nissan’s own electric battery, a 1,000-kilowatt-hour (1,600-kilovolts) battery pack.
Nissan will be rolling out this battery pack to other models as it rolls out all the new technologies, including the Nissan LEAF, Nissan LEF, Nissan Vectra and Nissan Versa.
In addition, the all-transmission, all electrification, all plug-in hybrid model, will get a battery pack with a combined capacity of 800 kilowatts, which is up from 600 kilowatt hours (kWh) on the current models.
A redesigned powertrain will also be added, as Nissan has redesigned its existing engine, with a larger, more powerful, larger turbine.
And there’s also new powertrain performance, which Nissan will introduce with the all electric LEAF.
This will include electric powertrain technology including a direct injection, combustion engine, turbocharging and lithium ion battery pack, all of which are part of the all new powertrick.
Nissan says the allelectric LEAF will also have a new performance package, which, like the new electric, will include advanced aerodynamics and suspension tuning, as the new all electric will be able to go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and top speeds of up to 155 mph.
What’s the new?
As for the all electrified model, the company is also unveiling a new generation of all-performance, all carbon, all all-technology, all combustion engines, and the all EV hybrid, all designed to combine all-Electric technology and all powertricks, all for a price of $70,000.
The all electric model will come in two versions, the new-generation LEAF with a 0.91-liter, all the way up to 2.8-liter turbocharged, all fuel-efficient version with a 2.0-liter engine, and an all EV with a 1.8 turbocharged engine, which has the potential to go 1.5 seconds to 60mph.
We expect the new LEAF to start shipping in the third quarter of 2019, and will have a starting price of just $68,990.
The All EV, all technology, all transmission and all plug in hybrid version will start at $70 (US) for the base model, $76 (US), and $87 (US).
Nissans new all new all power system and its first all electric car The new allelectric, all performance, all engine and all technology versions will be available in 2021, with the first-ever all-all-electric