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Les ingénieurs japonais décrivent comment ils ont augmenté la capacité des batteries, l'autonomie et la finesse aérodynamique de la Nissan Leaf. La seconde génération était présentée à Tokyo, durant la nuit du 5 au 6 septembre 2017

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