Compared to classic hybrids, the combustion engine is downgraded to a generator. The variable piston stroke also changes the compression and displacement of the three-cylinder. It charges the 2.1 kWh battery, and an electric motor releases up to 190 hp to the front axle. Compared to the mild hybrid with 158 hp, it storms to country road speed in 7.9 instead of 9.2 seconds, and with 5.3 liters it is said to be a good one liter more economical.
A value that the on-board computer confirmed on the rather quiet test lap. In conjunction with the 55-liter tank, Nissan promises a range of more than 1000 kilometers – we will check it.
There is a lot of driving culture in the Nissan Qashqai e-Power
The drive is already convincing with its high driving culture. No annoying switching on, no roaring of the engine, no jerking. The e-power hums along softly and continuously, switching on the combustion engine is completely decoupled from the traction and remains relatively unobtrusive. A pure electric car still sounds different. As such, he can be driven with a pedal, recuperates diligently.
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Electric motor (140 kW, 190 hp) + R3 turbo (116 kW, 158 hp, as a generator)
Front wheel, continuously variable transmission
Compared to the small hybrid, the prices increase by a good 2400 euros. The N-Connecta starts at 41,360 euros, the Tekna at 45,220 euros. For the top model Tekna + 48,070 euros are due. The first customer vehicles are scheduled to be delivered in October 2022. Those who order now will probably receive their new bridge technology in spring 2023.