2020 Nissan Sentra Sylphy Zero Emission Specs, Engine, Changes, & Performance – Exposed at Auto China 2019 in Beijing as the first-at any time Nissan electric vehicle built in China for the People’s Republic of China, the Sylphy EV shares the platform with the Leaf. Based on the Chinese testing cycle, a range is estimated at 338 kilometers (210 miles) on a full charge of the lithium-ion battery. By comparison, the NEDC-estimated driving range of the Leaf is 378 kilometers (235 miles). The Environmental Defense Company, at the same time, puts the range at 151 miles (243 kilometers). In inclusion to the Leaf-like design, the Sylphy EV also flaunts at least three “Zero Emission” exterior badges and a handful of blue features.
One of 20 electric vehicles that Nissan will launch over the next half a decade, the Sylphy EV is front-wheel-drive and features the e-Pedal system for the two accelerating and stopping the car as successfully as feasible. Nissan also tends to make a case for “best-in-class legroom” thanks to the clever packing of the drivetrain.
Taking place transaction in the second half of 2020, the Sylphy Zero Emission (that’s its actual label) features “multilayer ergonomic seating with home heating options,” a connectivity feature that “allows the vehicle’s audio and video to be remote control-controlled from a mobile phone,” and seating for five folks. At a squash, that is.
“The new Sylphy Zero Emission is the next step in our electrification strategy for China,” explained Jose Munoz, chief performance official at Nissan in China and chairman of the Management Committee for China. But the Japanese automaker is not by itself in this endeavor, with Polestar also wagering it all the Center Kingdom. The stand-alone performance brand controlled by Volvo (and overloaded by Geely) will start the creation of the Polestar 1 in mid-2019 at a factory in Chengdu. Price-wise, the 1 will retail industry at an imagination-boggling $155,000 in the U.S.