The Nissan Leaf Black Edition has been unveiled with a limited run going on sale in March 2017.
The first 1000 customers to buy the electric supermini will receive a free in-vehicle wi-fi hotspot, providing wi-fi to up to eight devices at any one time.
Based on the mid-range Acenta trim, the Leaf Black Edition adds 16in black alloy wheels, black door mirror caps and rear spoilers, as well as LED headlights, privacy glass and special edition floor mats with blue stitching.
Other additions include NissanConnect – the Leaf’s smartphone app – and a 360deg parking camera as standard. The Black Edition will be available only with the 30kW battery.
This limited edition Leaf follows in the footsteps of the Nissan Note Black Edition, released earlier this year.
No pricing has been announced yet, but expect the Leaf Black Edition to cost around £3500 more than the Acenta model, which is roughly the premium the Note Black Edition carries over standard Notes.