R&A&amp ;amp;H to unveil new car lineup on May 15th

The new model will be the most powerful ever in a Nissan Leaf.

This is the first time that Nissan has ever produced a new Nissan Leaf since the first generation of the Leaf launched in 2015.

The car will also include a range of new features, including electric drive, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and lane departure mitigation.

The new Leaf will be powered by a 1.4-liter Nissan GT-S electric motor that produces 550 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque.

The car’s first generation, which was sold in late 2016, had a top speed of 155 miles per hour.

The new model is also expected to be lighter than previous generations of the Nissan Leaf and will also feature a rear-facing air bag.

It will also be the first Leaf to be powered entirely by battery energy, with the rest of the energy coming from the rear-mounted lithium ion battery pack.

The Nissan Leaf will feature the latest technologies to help drive the car’s electric drivetrain, including a supercomputer and a high-speed cameras.

Nissan says the new Leaf can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 2.2 seconds, with top speed topping 155 mph.

Nissan is expected to unveil the new model during an event at Nissan Plant 1 in Bentonville, Arkansas, on May 16.

The event will feature a keynote by Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn and an autobody demonstration of the new car.

The announcement comes at a time when the market for electric vehicles is growing.

The global market for plug-in electric vehicles reached $1.2 trillion in the fourth quarter of 2017, and Nissan expects that figure to grow by 5 percent to 6 percent annually by 2021.

In the United States, where Nissan sells more than 80 percent of the electric vehicles sold, electric sales were $2.1 billion in the quarter.

The company has said it expects the new LEAF to be a hit with consumers, with more than 1 million reservations for the car, which is expected at launch.

Nathan Kroll, a partner with R&am;B Auto Sales in Nashville, said the new vehicle will appeal to consumers because of the price, the convenience of the EV mode and the ability to charge the battery as needed.

The Leaf has already attracted attention because of its sleek, lightweight design, but the car is expected not to be the last Nissan Leaf to make an appearance.

Nissan is working on a range-extended electric car called the Volt that will go on sale in 2019.