Nissan X-Trail E-Power Coming in 2023

The new model comes in a five and seven seater option. It has a "floating" top, a V-motion grille, and prominent wheel arches that clearly identify it as an SUV.
A high-output battery, a 1.5-litre gasoline engine, a generator, an inverter, and a 150kW front electric motor make up its e-Power system. There are 204 PS in all. Electricity generation is the only purpose of the engine. You always get EV-like performance because the electric motor is the only source of power for the wheels.

Nissan X-Trail E Power at iMotors Donegal

Nissan has created a brand-new "one pedal" driving technique known as e-Pedal Step. As a result, you can only use the accelerator to accelerate and brake.
A 1.5-litre (163PS) turbocharged 2WD CVT variant is also available.

Nissan X-Trail E Power

A revolutionary all-wheel drive system with improved acceleration and traction is dubbed e-4ORCE. The rear 94kW motor generates a total output of 213PS.
It can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in seven seconds, and its torque response is 10,000 times quicker than that of a mechanical 4WD system. New suspension and improved steering are also present.
If the performance and interior weren't stunning enough, the inside will wow you. Third-row passengers may now place their feet under the second row thanks to improved accessibility and space allocation in the third row. There are 585 litres of space when the third row is not in use.
Up to seven devices can use the in-car WiFi provided by the sophisticated infotainment system.
A "digital gateway" to navigation, entertainment, and vehicle settings is the larger 12.3-inch display screen. There is a 12.3-inch TFT screen as well.

Nissan X-Trail E Power at iMotors Letterkenny

A large 10.8-inch head-up display is present. The vehicle is equipped with the most recent version of ProPILOT driving assistance.
We are very excited to welcome the Nissan X-Trail e-power to iMotors in Donegal. To find out more about the vehicle or to express your interest, contact us today.