e-Power: Nissan's new electric drivetrain

Unlike the Nissan Leaf, e-Power adds a small petrol engine to charge the high-output battery when necessary, eliminating the need for an external charger while offering the same high-output.

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e-Power: Nissan's new electric drivetrain

Nissan Motor Co today introduced its new drive system called e-Power to customers. It marks the first time that e-Power technology is available for consumers, marking a significant milestone in the electrification strategy under Nissan Intelligent Mobility.

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