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e-POWER up your life

e-POWER up your life




Nissan's e-POWER technology gives you the instant power of electric cars with the range and convenience of a petrol car for you to power through life.

The automotive industry is one that is ever-changing and always innovating. The world went from petrol-hungry cars to hybrids and electric cars. And the goal stays the same - it is all about keeping pollution at bay and promoting sustainability.

We all want a world with a future for ourselves and our future generations. And doing our part does not have to come with any sacrifices; just opt for Nissan's e-POWER range of cars and you can enjoy the best of both worlds between electric cars and internal-combustion engine (ICE) cars while doing your part for earth.


Nissan's e-POWER technology allows you to enjoy the driving experience of an EV without the need for charging

Enjoy the EV experience without worrying about charging

Like an Electric Vehicle (EV), an e-POWER Nissan is solely driven  by an electric motor. However, with an ICE onboard to provide charge to the battery when required, there is no need to plug the vehicle in for charging.

This means that you won’t have to worry about the need to access a charger while driving one - simply refuel as you would with a conventional ICE car and enjoy the instant power it delivers.

Thanks to the ingenious e-POWER technology, you won't have to spend hours to recharge your car, nor would you have to worry about an extremely limited range on a single charge when you go on long road trips. Nissan's e-POWER technology can be found on various cars across its line-up, allowing you to choose something that fits your needs.


A stylish and compact hatchback with loads of practicality, the Nissan Note e-POWER is the perfect first car

The Nissan Note e-POWER is your perfect first car

If you are searching for the first car in your life, you won't go wrong with the Nissan Note e-POWER. This is a stylish and compact hatchback that offers plenty of practicality to go with its look while being easy to drive. In fact, they are such a great first car that even driving instructors are opting for them as learner cars!




Apart from being practical and easy to drive, the Note e-POWER has a spacious and comfortable interior

Thanks to the e-POWER drivetrain where the 1.2-litre engine is only used as a generator to produce electricity, the Note e-POWER achieves a real-world tested fuel economy of 24.4km/L . You won't have to worry about hefty spendings on fuel.

Furthermore, you'll still get to enjoy the instant power from the electric motor that drives the wheels - it puts out 114bhp and an impressive 280Nm of torque for a zippy city driving experience.


The Nissan Kicks e-POWER is a cool crossover with lots of personality and style

Practicality upsized with the Kicks e-POWER

For those with small families who want something with a little more space and increased practicality, the Nissan Kicks e-POWER is an excellent choice.


Its elevated ride height makes getting in and out of the Kicks e-POWER an effortless experience


The generous 423 litre boot is large, accessible and expandable

Being a compact crossover with its elevated ride height, getting in and out of the Kicks e-POWER is easy and effortless. The large and accessible rear cargo space further makes it a great choice for families - with a generous 423 litre boot, loading groceries or a pram doesn't have to be a convoluted process.

Inside, you'll get a comfortable cabin that is well put-together with plenty of soft touch materials. You can also opt for the Premium Plus variant and enjoy additional intelligent safety features for a safer drive and amber-coloured Nappa leather for a plush and luxurious ride as well.

With 127bhp  and 280Nm of torque, the Kicks e-POWER will give you an electrifying drive all while sipping on fuel.

Serena1.thumb.jpg.96f99e3984ca198ae6ec04bee95d392d.jpgThe Serena e-POWER is the perfect ride to bring your extended family out for a drive; and even better yet, the stylish new 2024 model is on the way!

Maximum hauling capacity for the family with the Serena e-POWER

Nissan has truly thought of everything with its range of e-POWER cars - if compact cars aren't what you are looking for, worry not, for there's the Serena e-POWER.

If you are someone who often brings your extended family out on outings and trips, or simply enjoy the practical utility of a car that has a large capacity, the Serena e-POWER is just the car for you.


Serena3.thumb.jpg.87d9fdb4e7ce7a09e32a483d6c446969.jpgWith the Serena e-POWER, there's plenty of space, be it for cargo or passengers; it also has a unique dual opening tailgate for maximum practicality

With its large angular body shape, the Serena e-POWER offers plenty of cabin space along with the practicality as a cargo hauler when required. It also has a unique dual opening tailgate that allows easy loading of cargo without the need to open the tailgate in its entirety.

And above all, the upcoming 2024 Nissan Serena e-POWER will be even bigger and better than the Serena e-POWER that you currently see on Singapore roads! The new Serena e-POWER doesn't just have a fresh, new and stylish design, but it is also faster and even more versatile than ever before.

CAP12.thumb.jpg.1db768c94040554b31b58b29ca9734e5.jpgThe impressive style of the Nissan X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE is unmistakable on the roads

Enjoy refined luxury with the X-Trail e-POWER  e-4ORCE

The X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE, with its stylish design might just be the most boldly-designed member of the e-POWER range here. And style isn’t just all that it offers - the X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE has a premium cabin that complements its refined and comfortable drive to give you a relaxing and luxurious experience.


CAP14.thumb.jpg.cbae3884e797ed4e3c93e9d1c43dae3f.jpgHop on inside and you'll be greeted by the premium and luxurious cabin that will seat up to seven

Compared to its predecessor, the X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE has grown in all aspects to result in a larger cabin that will seat up to seven. With its twin 12.3-inch infotainment display and instrument cluster, along with a leather-cladded interior, the cabin of the X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE is decidedly upmarket.

CAP15.thumb.jpg.88e46ada80b414e3012feb736dc7f9cc.jpgWith a combined power output of 211bhp and 525Nm of torque, the X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE is quite a beast

Unlike the rest of the e-POWER lineup, the X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE has a 1.5-litre turbocharged engine to rapidly charge up its battery to power its dual motors on each axle. This results in a combined power output of 211bhp and 525Nm of torque propelling it from 0-100km/h in 7.2 seconds.

As you can see, the X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE isn't just a premium SUV, it is one that has impressive power and the practicality of an eco-friendly e-POWER drivetrain as well.


Nissan e-POWER lets you enjoy the best of all worlds

Naturally, Nissan's e-POWER is the preferred choice of drivers in Singapore - with close to 4,500 e-POWER models on the road since its introduction , the popularity of these cars is clear to see. In fact, Nissan clinched the position as one of the top five best-selling brands in Singapore last year. What are you still waiting for? You should hop right into your favourite Nissan e-POWER model and start your journey with the instant power that so many are already enjoying on Singapore’s roads.

With Nissan e-POWER, you can enjoy the smooth, powerful and seamless drive of EVs without the hassle of charging it, all while enjoying an excellent fuel economy, doing your part to save the earth and your pockets.

And there's no compromise to be made - From the compact Note e-POWER, to the sporty Kicks e-POWER, the Serena e-POWER large family MPV, and the luxurious X-Trail e-POWER e-4ORCE SUV available in Nissan's current line-up, there is surely an e-POWER to suit your needs.

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