– The Sakura, a new electric Nissan that is named after the Japanese cherry blossom and fits into the kei-car category, is now available in Japan.
– The Sakura’s electric motor produces 63 horsepower and 144 pound-feet of torque on Japan’s test cycle, and the 20.0-kWh battery provides 112 miles of range.
– The Sakura will cost slightly less than $14,000.
The Sakura, named after the Japanese cherry blossom, is only 133.7 inches long, barely fitting into the kei-car standards that govern Japan’s smallest class of vehicles designed for congested city streets.
Unfortunately, due to its small size, the Sakura will never be sold in the United States, but we can admire it from afar.
The Sakura is powered by a single electric motor that produces 63 horsepower and 144 pound-feet of torque.
Expect slow acceleration because the car weighs 2359 pounds; Nissan claims a top speed of just over 80 mph.
A 20.0-kWh battery has a 112-mile range and can be used as a power source, according to the Japanese test cycle, with Nissan claiming it can power the home for a day.
With Nissan’s ProPilot driver-assistance system and automated parking system, the Nissan Sakura has a 15.7-foot turning radius.
There’s also a one-pedal driving mode, a 9.0-inch infotainment screen, and a 7.0-inch digital gauge display to help you navigate city streets.
In addition, the Sakura comes in 15 color options, including four two-tone options.
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