Speculation surrounding the on-road abilities, battery size, curb weight and other trivial aspects of the 2011 Nissan Leaf should dwindle down soon now that Nissan of Europe has officially released a complete spec sheet for its battery-powered vehicle. Rather than linger on discussing info contained within the automaker's absurdly long press release, we'll move straight to the numbers.
- Battery capacity: Yep, it's still listed at 24 kWh.
- Curb weight: A rather svelte 3,366 pounds dispels rumors suggesting that Leaf would tip the scales at 3,500 to 3,900 pounds.
- Max. engine power: 107 horsepower available from 2,730 to 9,800 rpm (max. rpm listed at 10,390)
- Max. torque: 206.5 pound-feet available from 0-2,730 rpm
- Acceleration run from 0-62 miles per hour: 11.9* seconds
- Top speed: 89* miles per hour
But, as we've reported before, Nissan's official numbers for both the 0-60 mph run and the Leaf's top speed have been bested on many a test drive. There's a slew of additional specs, including stuff like the Leaf's turning circle, its coefficient of drag and much more to be found in Nissan's full spec sheet posted at the bottom of the automaker's lengthy release, which you'll find after the jump.*- Data is subject to certification by the relevant authorities and may therefore be subject to change.