The Nissan distributor Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) will see the future by involving two electric cars into the international Kuala Lumpur Motor Show (KLIMS). When the new leaf runs in mid-2019, the e-Power alert you see here is outside of the cable network, which is mainly intended for measuring the public reaction to the extent of hidden electro-free technology.
However, given the fact that ETCM is planning to introduce e-commerce in Malaysia at the same time, it has a lot of statements about the intention of the company, showing the car in the show. It's important to note that even though the e-Power note is technically a power tool, you do not have to plug it into the mains and have no sockets to charge it.
Instead, there is a 79 PS / 103 Nm with a three-cylinder 1.2-liter HR12DE engine, which acts as a generator only for the 109 PS / 254 Nm engine on the front. The fuel mill is not connected to the driven wheels, so its power can not reach anywhere. The Nissan system ensures the advantage of an electric motor – for example, the benefits of an electronic engine since the highest torque.
Availability of scalable expansion can also be much smaller (about 1/20 sizes of old leaves), allowing you to place in the front space to maintain the internal space. The E-Electric Warning will save up to 37.2 km per liter of Japanese JC08 fuel economy.
Will the E-Power Alert be launched in Malaysia? There is still no energy technology, and ETCM's Sales and Marketing Director, Chris Tann, excluded the possibility of a Note version sold there. However, the local launch will be accompanied by a test run of Japan's in-house model, but it could simply be imported.
E-Power as an instrument for obtaining Malaysian publicity with electronic cars will make us the ideal platform, as the EH charging network in the country is still in its infancy.