Nissan sub-brand released a budget electric crossover with a good power reserveNovember 29, 2019
Since last year, the Venucia T60 crossover, built by Nissan and Dongfeng corporations only for the Chinese car market, has been assembled and implemented in China. Now there is an electric variation of this model under the name T60EV.
The Venucia T60EV has a 163-horsepower electric motor powered by a 60.7 kWh battery. This vehicle is capable of driving 442 km on the NEDC cycle on a single charge.
The electric car is significantly different in appearance from the gasoline variation: it has a glossy plug in place of the radiator grill, completely new bumpers, and different graphics for the head light. The electric cross has a length of 4415 mm, a width of 1820 mm and a height of 1668 mm. The distance between the axles is 2640 mm, as in the gasoline version.
Inside the car, there is an 8-inch electronic instrument panel and a 10-inch multimedia system tablet, under which there are air duct deflectors and a climate control unit. Instead of the automatic transmission selector, the car was equipped with a new control knob for driving modes, which has a different shape. The seats at the electric cross have a leather finish.
Venucia T60EV in the new configuration will cost 130,880 yuan
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