All-electric Nissan Micra teased
Nissan has given us a teaser of what we can expect the upcoming all-electric Nissan Micra to look like.
Set to launch in 2024 and share a platform with the upcoming retro-styled Renault 5, here’s what we know so far.
Set to follow the Nissan Leaf and Nissan Ariya, the Micra is set to go all-electric when it hits the market in 2024. The snapshot released by Nissan doesn’t give much away, but it certainly marks a departure in styling compared to the aging current model.
In terms of drivetrains, we know the new Micra will feature the same CMF-BEV platform that the Renault 5 will use. This should mean it’ll get a range of around 250 miles and be a more modern, efficient powertrain compared to the current Renault Zoe.
No further specs or details have been revealed, but the Micra should get a similar power output to rivals like the Corsa E and e-208 – that would mean around 130hp. As soon as we know more, we’ll bring you all the info.
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