The Nissan Leaf is one of the first 100% electric cars that has been positioned in such a way that is an affordable alternative to fossil fuel consuming vehicles. The name “Leaf” itself isn’t simply just to promote how green it is but it actually stands for Leading Environmentally friendly Affordable Family Car. While this vehicle’s range makes it impossible to use on any sort of extended basis, it gets enough miles per change (73 miles) to complete most daily activity. Because it only uses 34 kwh of electricity per every hundred miles of usage, charging this vehicle would be equivalent to paying only 99 cents per gallon in a conventional vehicle.
When the Leaf was still just a concept, the camouflaged version spotted by many automotive magazines wore matte black over the front facia. Inspired by this idea, one of our customers decided he wanted to have his Nissan Leaf partially wrapped in matte black as well. He wanted to go a slightly different route though and after a photoshop mock up, we were able to come up with a design he was happy with. Check out the wrap process on this Nissan Leaf!
Not only did we wrap the roof but we added a larger “Zero Emissions” sticker to the side of the vehicle
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