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Nissan will launch its first hybrid powertrain car in India soon 

The battery pack that powers the electric drive motor is powered by a 1.5-liter gasoline engine, which is part of the front-wheel drive electric powertrain.

Finally, a variety of robust hybrid models for the mass market are available in the Indian market. The Toyota Hyryder, which shares technology with the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, came first, then the Honda City. After showcasing three international models, Nissan is positioned to be the final Japanese mass-market automaker to provide a viable hybrid choice in India.

Nissan is the last Japanese company to start hybrid models 

Compared to Honda, Toyota, and Suzuki, the brand has not had the best performance in the Indian automobile market. Nissan has finally recovered some ground in the nation with the Magnite subcompact SUV after a run of dismal sales in recent years. And the discontinuation of the majority of its portfolio. The automaker now looks to be more confident in bringing back premium cars with potent hybrid powertrains in the near future. Because its future feels more secure and because its competitors have demonstrated a desire for hybrid models.

In international regions, buyers may choose between a powerful hybrid powertrain for each of the three SUVs Nissan displayed. The fourth-generation X-Trail is the first of the bunch that will officially premiere in India. It comes in a five- or seven-seater format and is bigger than a mid-size SUV. But smaller than most full-size SUVs. A 4WD option is also available for the hybrid powerplant.

Availability of Nissan hybrid cars

Nissan’s hybrid powertrain will debut in a high-end, imported car, unlike Honda and Maruti. It is anticipated to be delivered using the CBU (Completely Built-up) method, but at a hefty cost that might exceed Rs 40 lakh. The X-Trail is scheduled to debut in 2023

E-power is the name of the hybrid system used by the Japanese automaker. It is made out of the same standard parts as other devices: a generator, an inverter, an electric motor, and a tiny battery pack. The wheels of the Nissan e-power arrangement are always powered by the electric motor and never by the engine, in contrast to other Japanese hybrid systems. Instead, the gasoline-powered device is solely utilized to produce electricity, which powers the motor and battery.

A hybrid powertrain mass-market car would need backing from its alliance partner Renault. And extensive localization to be successful in India. The most probable contender could be a feature like the one seen in the Qashqai. The battery pack that powers the electric drive motor is powered by a 1.5-liter gasoline engine. Which is part of the front-wheel drive electric powertrain.

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