Updated Nissan Note went to testAugust 9, 2020
After the update, the car will change its appearance and proportions, but the e-Power hybrid motor should pass to it from its predecessor.
Nissan has launched an updated version of the Note model for testing. Photos were shared by the Japanese edition of Creative Trend. The appearance of the updated version became known back in May – then Nissan presented a teaser video with a new model range, where Note was lit up. The official date of the premiere has not yet been announced, however, according to preliminary information, the new Nissan Note car may be presented in October this year.
Exterior of the car has changed quite a lot – its body looks more like a classic hatchback than a compact minivan. In the front part, the embossed design of the hood stands out, as well as the heavily tapered headlights, which received a fully LED filling. The taillights will also change – they were previously extended upwards, and now have a different horizontal shape.
According to preliminary information, the e-Power hybrid power plant for the Japanese market will remain. The main feature of such an engine is the purpose of a gasoline engine – it acts only as a generator, and the rotation to the wheels is transmitted exclusively by an electric motor.
The electric motor power is 109 hp. at 254 Nm of torque, and the output of the 1.2-liter engine reaches 79 hp.
Also in the Japanese car market, the car is presented in a version with all-wheel drive – such a car has an additional engine with 4.8 hp output. on the rear axle.
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