After being tested in Michigan, USA, the second generation Nissan is now being tested in Northern Europe, however the test should be extended to South Europe, where we have warmer temperatures. Testing in both cold and warm climates is very important to predict battery aging during the vehicle life time in different places. Let’s hope that Nissan finally realized the need of a Temperature Management System (TMS).
Beside this, nothing new can be extrapolated from the new spy shots, since they don’t revealed any novelty. However, I’m sure we’ll have more news when we start approaching September – the official unveil date.
Feel free to check more spy shots at the Auto Express website.
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