Mar 29, 2017 - 07:16 am

Berlin ePrix, Nissan Leaf

Click tip I: It’s no longer a rumour how the track of the Berlin ePrix looks like. The promoter of the Formula E has finally revealed the layout for the double race scheduled for 10th and 11th of June. Situated at the apron of closed down Tempelhof airport, the total length of the track is 2.25 km, including 10 curves.,

Click tip II: A new rendering of Carscoops shows how next-gen Nissan Leaf could look like. The pictures are embedded in a story about Nissan Leaf’s development since 2010. As reported, launch of the new generation is scheduled for September.


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