Nissan Might Be Launching A Range-Extended Note EV In Japan

Posted: Sep 9 2016, 7:54am CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Nissan Might be Launching a Range-Extended Note EV in Japan

It is said that we can expect a hybrid Note this November.

Electric cars are getting famous day by day. Thus we are seeing more and fuller electric vehicles and more hybrid models launched every other month by the car makers.

More and more companies are looking forward to launch electric cars that are affordable too. Nissan is also trying to be the company that will make sure that people get affordable and cheap EVs as compared to other companies.

Right now people are more prone to buy hybrids for fuels saving as they are economical for car owners and cheaper to buy when compared to a full EV as well. The full EVs are really expensive to choose from so there are really not in the reach of everyone around.

Nissan Leaf by the company is one of the most famous EV car of this time by the automaker. It is one of the top priority for people who are concerned about their carbon foot print on the environment.

Nissan Leaf is regarded as one of the best sellers in the category of EVs so far as well too. Though the company is looking for other options to offer in Leaf model. They are looking forward to bring about a hybrid model of Leaf for people.

According to the recent reports, this hybrid will be of unique type. That is, it will only move on battery power that will be delivered to wheels by the batteries. While the fuel will be used to change the batteries only.

The car will be available at a price of $20,000 which will be under the price of many hybrids offered by other companies. Along with that it will also pave way for a cheaper substitute for an EV.

Sources: Nikkei Asian Review via Green Car Reports via AutoBlog

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