Nissan Micra S DIG-emitting just 95 g / km, the first at Geneva
Emphasis on reducing emissions from Nissan is not only the creation of electrical machinery and Leaf pattern. The company is launching a new 1.2-liter gasoline engine, turbo, which develops 98 hp, but consumes just 4.1 litres/100 km, ie 95 grams CO2 per kilometer.
Nissan announced the launch of the Geneva Motor Show a new petrol engine range will enter the new Nissan Micra. Three-cylinder engine-S DIG (Direct Injection Gasoline-supercharger) has a capacity of 1198 cc and produces an output similar to a 1.5 liter engine with four cylinders. With the 72 kW/98 hp and maximum torque of 142 Nm, the engine Nissan DIG-S is one of the most efficient engines in its segment.
Transmission is ensured by a manual, where the emissions are just 95 grams CO2 target, or a CVT automatic, with emissions of 115 grams CO2 per kilometer. Maximum speed is 180 km / h and average consumption is only 4.1 liters for the version with manual gearbox.
New DIG-S engine, which benefits from the system Start / stop and brake energy recovery, will arrive in Nissan Micra range this summer.
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