In the UK, Leaf will soon enter the US market with its own plug-in electric car.
The company is partnering with electric car manufacturer Bentley, and has been in talks with Ford and General Motors about launching Leaf in the country.
The Leaf will be a plug-inset of the Bentley Continental GT, and is expected to cost about £50,000.
However, Bentley is likely to focus on the Leaf’s performance.
Bentley has a history of offering plug-IN hybrid models, and the company has produced some of the most efficient and technologically advanced EVs.
Bentley’s electric cars have a range of around 300km, and can go 100mph in just 4.2 seconds, making it one of the quickest and most fuel-efficient cars on the market.
Bentley said in a statement that it was committed to making a Leaf available in the UK and US at the same time.
Bentley is also working with other electric car makers, including General Motors, and will offer Leaf in Europe.
In April, Bentley confirmed it had agreed a deal with General Motors to build a plug in hybrid version of its Bentley Continental.
The Bentley Continental will have an MSRP of around £37,200 and will be available in 2022.
Bentley announced the deal in March, saying it wanted to “build a new generation of plug- in hybrid electric cars”.
Bentley will not be the only manufacturer to release plug-intro hybrid versions of its electric cars.
General Motors has also announced plans to build plug–in hybrids at its Cadillac brand.
In March, Nissan announced it was building an electric version of the Nissan Leaf, but that the company would not be making it available in Europe until 2020.
Meanwhile, General Motors announced it would build an electric variant of the Chevrolet Volt, but only in the United States and Canada.
The company has also said it would be working with Tesla to build an all-electric version of their Model 3, but no details have been released.
A Bentley electric car was unveiled earlier this year, and there is no word on when Leaf will go on sale in the West.
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