Nissan Kicks, the compact SUV from Nissan just launched a new facelift model in Japan. There are quite a few things new. Find out everything below about Nissan Kicks Electric Launch in Japan.

Nissan Kicks Drive

New Engine

Nissan Kicks electric powertrain

The biggest highlight of this new car is its electric mobility. Nissan has equipped the new car with an electric motor and battery. The manufacturer knows the future of EVs ahead and is working hard to bring practical offerings in the market as soon as possible. Nissan Executive Vice President Asako Hoshino said, “The Nissan Kicks adds an entirely new driving experience to the increasingly popular SUV segment of the Japanese market, It is born out of the groundbreaking ideas that inspire Nissan Intelligent Mobility – our vision of using cutting-edge technologies to bring excitement to the lives of as many people as possible.

Change in exteriors

Nissan Kicks Electric exteriors

There are cosmetic changes too in the new car.  A sharper and bigger front grille is present. Sharp LED headlamps with LED DRLs can be seen on the global-spec variant.  The new Nissan Kicks first made its appearance on May in Thailand. Interested buyers will be provided with around 13 colour options and four two-tone colours according to our sources.

Change in interiors

The interior looks sporty, compact and practical at first glance. Nissan has also tried its best to incorporate a premium feel to the new car.  The Kicks comes with Nissan Zero’s Gravity seats which reduce fatigue and increase comfort.  Nissan has built the facelift on a highly rigid platform which makes the car sturdy.  Peppy Handling will also be a highlight feature of the new car. Nissan Kicks offers many new things over its predecessor but its price will play a major role in its sales here.

Nissan Kicks dashboard
ICE dashboard for representation

Price and Launch

Nissan has currently launched the car in Japan for 2,759,000 yen which roughly converts to Rs.19 lakh in India. The car will cost considerably higher if brought as a CKD unit. Currently only two pure EVs are sold in the Indian market, the Hyundai Kona and MG ZS EV. For more such content stay subscribed to the Motoroctane Youtube, Google NEWS, Facebook and Twitter


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