Combining the strengths of an electric motor and a
combustion engine to keep your excitement riding high.
Switching from the city, to the highway, to the countryside, your drive serves up every challenge. But as your Hybrid system combines electric and combustion to meet them all, the only thing you notice is the thrilling ride.
Hybrid systems make use of both petrol engines and electric motors to drive your car. They can rely on either source, or combine the strengths of both to bring you a number of benefits.
The system optimises your energy source all on its own, reacting to how hard you press the accelerator and your current battery level. All you have to do is drive.
e-Pedal Step lets you drive using a single pedal. Just press the dedicated button and now your car will apply the regenerative brakes when you release the accelerator, slowing you down to the speed of a calm stroll.
Pressing your foot on the e-Pedal, a smooth yet lively acceleration carries you along the road in what seems like an instant. Your Hybrid system defaults to electric around 67% of the time*, bringing all the best bits about electric driving with it.
With your Hybrid car refuelled at a petrol station, you make your way onto the road — all the while, your car switches between electric and petrol, or combines the two. No fuss, and not a finger lifted.
Cruising through the city at a steady pace, you hear only the calm hum of your electric motor. No matter the world outside your windows, in your cabin, you're a picture of peace of mind.
Glancing at the receipt from your last refill, a satisfied smile appears. Defaulting to electric driving means defaulting to the most fuel-efficient option for most of your daily drive.
Exploring the countryside, a weight lifts off your shoulders as you watch the hills roll by. The better fuel efficiency of your Hybrid makes driving more affordable for you and for the planet.
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To use the NissanConnect services you need a NissanConnect user account and have to register and log into NissanConnect Services app with your username and password. To use the free NissanConnect Services App, you need a smartphone with a compatible iOS or Android operating system and a SIM card with data option with an existing or separate mobile phone contract between you and your mobile service provider. All services are subject to mobile network coverage.
Connecting a mobile phone to use NissanConnect should only be done if the car is parked safely. Use of the system should always be in accordance with the rules of the Highway Code. Drivers should only use the system when it is safe to do so. Users should be aware of the potential for hands-free technology to distract attention from the road, which could impact on having full control of the vehicle.
*Electricity usage - Urban context, normal eco driving