The next generation Nissan Qashqai may abandon the dieselFebruary 22, 2020
It is assumed that Nissan’s electrification strategy includes the next generation of Qashqai – the so-called American Rogue Sport.
AutoExpress reports that the installations, which are currently represented by the 1.5-liter and 1.6-liter four-cylinder Renault-Nissan Alliance engines, will be replaced by electric propulsion systems. One will be equipped with Nissan ePower technology, and the other is expected to be a hybrid module from Mitsubishi.
The Japanese automaker has yet to finalize powertrains, according to Ponz Pandikuthira, European vice president of product planning. “We are exploring ePower technology for Europe. The biggest difference when using these onboard generator vehicles is on the highway – in Japan they usually do not accelerate at a speed of more than 80-105 km / h. Here, in Europe, you accelerate a car to 129-137 km / h on a regular basis “.
Fine tuning the new powertrain will allow Nissan to reduce CO2 emissions. In addition to the electrified returns that will be made possible by a modified version of the CMF platform, a new Qashqai is expected with a similar area and further updates to the ProPilot semi-autonomous drive system.
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