By Jason Siu The all-new Nissan Leaf will introduce the innovative “e-Pedal.”
Modern cars have always had at least two pedals, one serving as an accelerator and the other for braking. But Nissan might be working on a way to get rid of the brake pedal, if the Japanese automaker’s new e-Pedal serves its purpose. The revolutionary technology will make its debut on the new Nissan Leaf on September 5, but the company has released a short video showing off its purpose.
By flipping a switch, the accelerator pedal turns into an e-Pedal, allowing the driver to accelerate, decelerate, and stop using just the e-Pedal.
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