Nissan Juke And Qashqai EVs Are Coming

Posted: Jun 20 2016, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 21 2016, 10:25am CDT, in Cars & Vehicles


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Nissan Juke and Qashqai EVs are Coming
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  • Get ready for new All Electric Nissan Juke and Qashqai Crossovers

Nissan is all set to provide an all-electric range of cars to its customers.

According to the recent reports, it’s just a matter of time until Nissan will be opting for an electric transmission for most of its vehicles. It is said that Nissan is making tremendous progress in order to introduce various electric models of vehicles in the future. According to the company they are likely to produce all-electric powertrains in the months to come. These might include Juke and Qashqai as well.

Dunsmore from Nissan said that they are planning for a zero emission vehicle production range. These will have to include pure electric vehicles. As every other option of fuel have some kind of emission. These days Nissan’s electric model vehicles are built on EV technology.

According to Dunsmore they are trying to bring the electric cars by making modification in their system. They are hoping that after a handy amount of work being done they will be able to master the electric technology. Nissan is trying to achieve a standard of vehicles which will be deemed environmental friendly and easy to use by the customers all around the world.

Nissan is also looking for a range of small electrical vehicles, according to AutoCar. For this purpose they are doing their best to find the technology that is cost efficient and user friendly to drive for the long runs. Small vehicles mostly have lesser miles per charge range. Nissan is trying to make the numbers better by testing and research. One can expect a smaller model of Electric vehicle soon by Nissan too.

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