Nissan has presented in Japan a hybrid hatchback that stands out for its design and the high level of equipment and interior quality: the Note Aura.
This compact car conveys a wide stance and a low centre of gravity with a simple design, giving the vehicle a robust perspective. The car's width has been expanded, and the design of the grille and bumper has also been changed.
Inside, stand out the two digital screens, the Zero Gravity seats, the lower instrument panel and the centre console with a wood grain finish. In contrast, the door trims, the front armrests and the instrument panel are finished in quality material.
The features include a Bose premium audio system, lighting, sequential turn signals, and 17-inch aluminium wheels. Unfortunately, at the moment, the new Nissan Note Aura compact car will only be available in Japan.
The opening price of the new Nissan Note Aura in Japan starts at 16,000 euros.
In terms of safety, the highlight is the ProPilot and the navigator combination, which allow the vehicle to use navigation information and road signs to adapt its speed automatically.
Nissan has not given specific data on the engines. Still, they do use the second generation of the e-Power system. The electric block is 6% more powerful, has 10% more maximum torque, and supports an even more efficient gasoline engine, which is responsible for acting as a generator to recharge the battery.