In pics: Nissan transforms Leaf EV into emergency mobile power supply unit 6 Photos . Updated: 30 Sep 2020, 10:58 AM IST HT Auto Desk The Nissan Leaf mobile power supply has a wide range of application areas like medical, communications, lighting, heating and other life-supporting equipment. 1/6Nissan has transformed its Leaf electric car into a mobile power supply unit for use during emergencies like natural calamities and disasters. The concept power supply Leaf has been called Re-Leaf. 2/6Nissan claims that Re-Leaf can be driven straight into the center of a disaster where it can be parked to provide a steady and reliable source of power for rescue and relief operations. 3/6It features weatherproof plug sockets mounted on the outside of the body and this enables 110 to 230 volt devices to be powered by drawing energy from the vehicle's lithium-ion battery 4/6Some of the emergency equipment that can be powered by the car include an electric jackhammer, pressure ventilation fan, intensive care medical ventilator and a 100-watt LED floodlight. 5/6The Re-Leaf can be recharged once power is restored in the affected area or from the nearest available source. 6/6Nissan Leaf is one of the world's most-recognized and first mass-production electric car.