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Billed by Nissan (NSANY) as the world's first electric vehicle designed for large-scale volume production, the Leaf is the Japanese automaker's flagship "zero emission" model. First shown in Japan in August, the Leaf can go around 100 miles on a single charge and, excluding the batteries, will cost no more to buy and run than a traditional gasoline-powered car. Charging time is seven hours, although a 30 minute quick charge can get batteries back up to 80% of full power.