Nissan showed in the photo a test prototype Leaf e +, which has two electric motors in the power plant.
One unit is present on the front axle, and the second is on the rear axle. It turns out that the car has a drive on each of the four wheels. The technology will appear in new generation models.
In total, the power of 2 electric motors reaches 308 "horses" and 680 Nm. The system allows you to independently control the brake in each wheel, which increases the torque.