308 hp and 501 lb of torque driving 3,800 lbs through 4 wheels should touch 6-seconds to 60. Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – October 25, 2019 Nissan AWD Leaf+ Prototype Nissan revealed a higher power, twin-motor AWD test car equipped with technology destined for the company's next generation of EVs. The 100% electric Nissan LEAF e AWD includes front and rear high-power motors is said to achieve acceleration, cornering and braking performance, on par with the latest sports cars. High-Output Twin-Motor Drive Using separate front and rear electric motors, the powertrain generates 308 hp and 501 lb-ft of torque from 0 RPM makes it quick. The AWD part makes it stick. Ride Comfort The AWD Leaf e control of both motors provides minimum pitch thanks to regenerative rear motor braking. Inside, the prototype includes a 12.3” display mounted in the center of the instrument panel that reports, in real-time, information on the vehicle control technology. The 12.3" display looks like a mess attached to an underlying 7 or 8" display. Will there be a new chemistry or active cooling so we do not see spent packs in less than 100k miles? My fingers are crossed that the current e+ larger pack needs 1. Less high-speed charging, and 2. Lower C-rates thanks to the larger pack. For the next gen, hopefully even better.