The JDM Nissan Leaf ZEI (Zero Emission Inside) is a variant of the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle designed for the Japanese market. While the specific chassis types for different Nissan Leaf models can vary, here are some common electric engine variants related to the Nissan Leaf models:

1. Nissan Leaf S: The base model of the Nissan Leaf typically features an electric motor with a power output of around 110 horsepower (80 kW) and 187 lb-ft (254 Nm) of torque.

2. Nissan Leaf SV and SL: The SV and SL trims of the Nissan Leaf often come with a more powerful electric motor compared to the base model. The power output can range from around 147 horsepower (110 kW) to 214 horsepower (160 kW), depending on the model year and regional variations.

3. Nissan Leaf e+: The Nissan Leaf e+ (or “Plus”) is a variant introduced in 2019. It features a larger battery pack and a more powerful electric motor compared to the standard models. The power output for the Leaf e+ can range from around 214 horsepower (160 kW) to 226 horsepower (168 kW).