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Brief Published: 31 Aug 2010

Nissan Leaf


“We want drivers to feel that they are healthier staying in the car instead of on the outside," says a Nissan engineer.

The new Nissan Leaf not only runs on electricity but also boasts an interior full of wellbeing enhancing features. 

Air conditioners spray vitamin C to moisturise the skin, specialist Nasa-engineered “easy chairs” encourage better blood circulation and prevent backache on long journeys, and “friendly” speedometers improve the in-car atmosphere, complete with timely reminders of birthdays and wedding anniversaries for the forgetful driver.