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Nissan Note hybrid with range-extender leaked

By Faiming_low on 27 Sep 2016 in New model

Attached Image Photos of a hybrid version of the Nissan Note have ended up on the web and according to Carscoops, the Note might have a range-extender variant similar to BMW's i3. First seen on a Japanese website, the supermini is said to use electric motors to set the car in motion, while the small internal combustion engine acts as a generator to recharge the battery pack only.

The actual specifications of the car is still not available yet but we will not have to wait long as the car is said to be unveiled in the coming months. It is not expected to go on sale elsewhere other than in Japan.

Attached Image While the hybrid powertrain might not make it out of Japan, the facelifted version of the Note is likely to make it to our shores. Obvious differences include the redesigned headlights, grill and bumper with larger fog lights.

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