Mild Hybrid vehicles make the transition to electrification a smooth and easy process. This powertrain uses a petrol engine to drive the wheel while an electric battery provides support during acceleration up hills and while cruising. Mild Hybrid vehicles provided improved fuel efficiency and a more comfortable drive for you and your passengers.
With a Hybrid vehicle, you can enjoy many of the benefits of electric driving, without the need to stop and charge. The Hybrid system seamlessly switches between electric, combustions, or a combination of the two, to automatically apply the most efficient driving solution.
Nissan’s e-POWER technology combines a petrol engine that charges the battery with an electric motor that turns the wheels. Compared to a traditional petrol engine, e-POWER has significantly lower emissions and running costs, but unlike a fully electric vehicle, you don’t have to plug it in. Plus, you can still enjoy that electrified feeling as e-POWER provides instant acceleration and ultimate driving pleasure.
By switching to an Electric Vehicle you can enjoy silent acceleration, instant torque, and zero tailpipe emissions at all times. Due to being powered via an electric motor and battery pack, you’ll never need to visit the petrol station again, however, you do need to charge, which may mean planning ahead for longer journeys and installing a charging point at your home.
|How it works||A petrol engine is supported by a battery during acceleration and cruising||Powered by a combination of a petrol engine and an electric motor||A combination of petrol engine which charges the battery and an electric motor that turns wheels ||Entirely powered by an electric motor using a battery|
|What powers the wheels?||Petrol engine||Petrol engine, electric motor or both.||Electric motor||Electric motor|
|How is the battery charged?||Charges while driving through regenerative braking||Charges while driving with the combustion engine and regenerative braking||Charges while driving with the combustion engine and regenerative braking||Must be plugged in to charge|
|Does it need petrol?||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|What is the driving experience?||Torque assist with responsive acceleration||Instant torque and a quieter drive||Instant torque and a silent drive||Instant torque and a silent drive|
|CO2 emissions||Lower tailpipe emissions than an equivalent model, with a traditional petrol engine ||Significantly reduced emissions ||Lower tailpipe emissions than an equivalent model with Mild hybrid ||Zero-tailpipe emissions |
|How much of the time does the car run on 100% electric?||0%||67%||100%||100%|
The 100% electric family car is entirely powered by an electric motor using a battery.
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