Nissan’s dual-motor Leaf test car hints at future EVs

The design also features independent brake control and there is now regenerative rear-wheel braking to prevent the car from racing back and forth while braking.

We would not expect to see a production version of this particular sheet. However, the automaker does not hesitate to point out that this is a technology for the “next generation of Nissan electric vehicles”. A production version of the Ariya is one option (Nissan has allegedly shown this to dealers behind closed doors), but you might also see variants of this twin-engine tech in larger saloons, sports cars, and other vehicles that need more momentum to move fast.