A car bequeaths upon its owner the freedom to go almost anywhere, anytime. This means weekend getaways to the beach and a backup plan for those days when you sprint for the bus, but still just miss it. But with this freedom sometimes comes the consciousness of polluting our precious environment. The Nissan Leaf is unique because, unlike other low-emission cars powered by internal-combustion engines, it has no tail pipe and therefore emits no CO2 gases when being driven. With a clean, chic design, the car is operated by laminated compact lithium-ion batteries that generate a power output of more than 90 kW.