Nissan's self-charging hybrid cars combine the strengths of a
petrol engine and an electric motor.
Your Hybrid system combines electric and combustion to help meet every challenge, making switching from the city, to the motorway, to the countryside more seamless.
The Nissan hybrid system makes use of both the petrol engine and electric motors to drive your car. The vehicle can rely on either source or combine the strengths of both to bring you the best balance of performance and efficiency .
The system optimises the energy source automatically, reacting to the pressure applied to the accelerator and the battery charge level. All you have to do is drive.
e-Pedal step gives you the option of one pedal control, so you can actively accelerate & decelerate through the accelerator pedal. You'll only need to touch the brake when you decide to stop.
Pressing your foot on the e-Pedal, a smooth acceleration carries you along the road. Your Hybrid system defaults to electric around 67% of the time , bringing all the benefits about electric driving with it.
While your car runs on petrol, it automatically switches between electric and petrol, or combines the two seamlessly for improved efficiency.
The combination of petrol and electric ensures a quieter ride, one of the key benefits of driving an electrified vehicle. Cruising through the city at a steady pace.
 Hybrid Electric Vehicle descriptions use comparison against the equivalent combustion engine model.
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 Figure of 67% for electric mode driving is based on internal testing, using similar WLTP standard testing conditions. Figures shown are indicative and for comparability purposes. Actual real-world driving results may vary depending on factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted after registration, weather conditions, driving styles and vehicle load
Images and descriptions shown are for guidance purposes. In some instances, photos are of non-UK specification vehicles and do not represent a specific model, grade or offer. The features shown may be available as standard or only as an option (at an extra charge).