Nissan Car Launches E-Power Powered Car

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, November 13 2017 - 19:42 IWST

Nissan Note e-Power, a car that uses an electric motor with power from a lithium ion battery on board
Nissan Note e-Power, a car that uses an electric motor with power from a lithium ion battery on board

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Nissan Motor Indonesia (NMI) introduces its pacific kitchen system using e-power technology, electric-powered vehicle solutions in Indonesia. Wheel drive system on the Nissan Note e-Power uses an electric motor with power from a lithium-ion battery on board.

 "E-POWER uses only high-powered electric motors. Not using a gasoline engine to drive the vehicle, "said Eiichi Koito, President Director of PT Nissan Motor Indonesia (NMI), Tuesday (13/11) in BSD City, South Tangerang.

For Nissan, e-POWER's electric drive system is new and innovative and a key milestone in the electrification strategy under the direction of Nissan's Intelligent Mobility vision. Which is the company's efforts to bring changes to how cars are powered, driven, and can be integrated with the surrounding environment.

Not only environmentally friendly, the use of electric motors on the Nissan Note e-POWER also has advantages that can be felt by the driver.

"Drivers can enjoy calm, instant torque and characteristics of smooth electric vehicle performance, nor worry about recharging the battery. This is very relevant to the situation of Indonesia, "continued Koito.

Today NMI also tested the Nissan Note e-POWER in the presence of the Minister of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia Ir. Arilangga Hartanto, MBA, MMT and mass media. This trial is a continuation of the presence of Nissan Note e-POWER in GIIAS 2017 ago.

Nissan Indonesia is determined to continue to promote e-POWER to raise awareness and public knowledge about Nissan's electric car technology in Indonesia.

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