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Old 18th December 2017, 11:42   #16
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If the black one is an electric car, why does it have a silencer?
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If the black one is an electric car, why does it have a silencer?
If you had read the previous posts, you will understand that the Note E -Power is an electric vehicle with a petrol generator.

That generator needs a silencer for the exhaust gases to go out.
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Nissan Note Hatchback Spotted Testing in India speculated to rival the likes of Elite i20, Maruti Baleno, Honda Jazz and upcoming Tata X451.

The Note is a four-metre premium hatchback. The upcoming Note is said to replace Micra.

Nissan could also be planning to bring in the e-POWER variant of the Note.

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The model that has been spotted is the ‘Medalist’ variant which is certainly the top spec variant as the hatch is seen with a lot of premium features as 15-inch alloy wheels, cosmetic updates, and newly designed fog lamps as well. The rear bumper has parking sensors along with the tail getting a Medalist badge which will define it from other variants.
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The premium hatch segment already has super performers in baleno and i20. Both these vehicles score very high on looks and performance and are backed with most reliable auto brands of country. I doubt Nissan would be better in any of these areas; I mean looks or features or performance or brand value. Seems a very tough segment to get in.
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Default Re: Nissan evaluating e-Power tech for India. EDIT: Note spotted!

Nissan Note e-Power under evaluation for localization

"Nissan India president Thomas Kuehl stated that the company is actively considering making the model here itself. “What no one is aware of is, we are really trying to make the Note in India too, we want to localize it.” said Kuehl.

I think if Nissan can provide an external charging option for this car, this could be a real game-changer for them in India.

https://www.autocarindia.com/car-new...isation-409119
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Nissan Note E-Power Medalist Spotted Testing on Gurugram roads.

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The Note e-Power Medalist from Nissan is not a fully electric vehicle as the name suggests. The car uses a petrol engine and the fuel economy is listed at 37 kilometres per litre. That’s a lot for a petrol-powered version. It is basically a range extender.
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The Note e-Power medalist gets a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder petrol motor and what’s interesting is that the engine does not source power to the wheels but act as a generator to the electric motor present which makes a whopping 108 bhp.
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This version spotted was the top of the line Medalist trim which uses a single pedal or what Nissan calls it a ‘one pedal driving’. What it does mean that when you lift off the throttle when you are driving in daily traffic, it uses enough braking to manoeuvre your way in. Expect that when it comes to the Indian market it is expected to come with three driving modes – Normal, Eco and Sports. The latter will use the maximum engine output.
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