Weekly Electromobility News

LEAF Lessees Get Option to Extend Lease with 3-month Courtesy Payments from Nissan; Lucid Air Luxury EV Will Start at $60,000; Tesla to Discontinue Model S 60 and 60D Starting on April 17

 

LEAF Lessees Get Option to Extend Lease with 3-month Courtesy Payments from Nissan

According to Green Car Reports, Nissan on Mar. 9 tweeted on Twitter that “many LEAF owners can extend their lease, get 3 months of courtesy payment & get on the list for the next Nissan LEAF”. This applies to the leases with the expiration date of Apr. 1st and later.

The offer is related to the release of the second-generation Nissan LEAF. The global release will be in this September and the new LEAF will be on sale by this year.

Lucid Air Luxury EV Will Start at $60,000

According to Autoblog, EV startup Lucid Motors set its first electric car Air starting at $60,000, before government incentives. The base model will have an electro-range of 240 miles and 400 horsepower. It will also be equipped with a 10-speaker sound system, 12-way power seats, “lots of” touch screens, etc. There will be upgraded 315 mile and 400 mile models. Additional options include a dual-motor system with 1000 horsepower, glass roof, 22-way power seats with massage, 29-speaker sound system, reclining rear seats, and so on.

The first 255 Launch Edition models will include many upgraded options, plus unique colors and badging. They will be around $165,000.

Tesla to Discontinue Model S 60 and 60D Starting on April 17

According to Teslarati, Tesla will soon stop selling its base models Model S 60 and 60D. Customers can still order these models until April 16. The price starts at $68,000 and the electro-range is between 210 miles and 218 miles with different motor configuration. This will make Model S 75 become the base model. Model S60 and 60D also have the option of upgrading to 75 kWh battery over the air.

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