The Electric Rebellion
Discover how our unique electrified experience works
What is Nissan
Nissan e-POWER is a unique electrified technology, free from the need to plug in.
Enjoy its responsive, quieter & efficient driving experience.
Unlike other current motor systems on the market, Nissan e-POWER wheels are driven exclusively by an electric motor, while a gasoline-powered generator is responsible exclusively for recharging the battery of the vehicle while you drive so you never have to stop to recharge it.
How does Nissan e-POWER work?
Vehicles equipped with Nissan e-POWER electric motor are powered exclusively by it’s electric high-performance engine, while a gasoline generator serves as a power source and is responsible only for powering the battery of the vehicle. Enjoy an extended autonomy and forget about charging stations forever.
In addition, by driving using only the battery-powered electric motor, you can enjoy a thrilling, agile and quiet driving experience.
Electric Rebellion Nissan e-POWER unleash our full power in the streets
Join us in the Electric Rebellion and unleash our full power in the streets.
A more exciting acceleration
Thanks to it's linear acceleration, the new Nissan e-POWER electric motor system provides a more exciting power and smoothness to make you feel as if it was the first time you got behind the wheel.
More power from an electric motor
Nissan e-POWER features a high-performance 153 kW motor that delivers more speed and generates power that makes your heart beat faster.
More autonomy, less wires
You don’t need to plug-in an e-POWER vehicle. The petrol engine produces energy that charges the battery when the vehicle needs it, so you don’t have to worry about the anxiety to recharge.
e-Step : A unique and unexpected driving experience
New cars equipped with Nissan e-POWER feature e-Step technology, not only makes your driving experience more comfortable, it also helps you maximize autonomy efficiency.
e-Step removes the need to switch between two pedals in stop-start traffic, or when driving uphill.