2020 Nissan Kicks E-Power


The new Nissan Kicks stands out with an engine system called e-Power. This system has an electric motor that produces 130 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque, which powers the front wheels of the vehicle. Energy comes from a 1.5 kWh battery. The interesting part of the engine system is that it does not need charging. A 1.2-liter 80 horsepower 3-cylinder petrol engine has been added to the vehicle and this engine charges the vehicle. So Nissan Kicks e-Power is an electric car, but it does not need to be charged for long hours. Instead of waiting for a long time, you can go to gasoline, fill your tank in a few minutes and continue on your way with electric power.

The Nissan Kicks e-Power has a completely refurbished front trim with brighter headlights, larger radiator grille and sporty bumper. The updated V-motion grille creates the X shape with the lower grille. The lower bumper also has a number of chrome finishes. The fog lamp body is also in a completely renovated black structure. In general, we can say that the design is cleaner and higher class. The rear part is roughly the same, but now the new body color is in the rear bumper. Inside, there is an automatic transmission, new start / stop button and a new lever for the electric parking brake, as previously described. The pre-existing semi digital infotainment system, steering wheel and dashboard design is also available in the new model.

Engine: 1.2L 3-Cylinder Petrol + Electric
Power: 130 hp (Electric) + 80 hp
Torque: 260 Nm
0-100 kph: -
Weight: -
Top Speed: -


2020 Nissan Kicks E-Power
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